Search Articles
IN THIS ISSUE 01_01.19.2005
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Hudson Yards: Chugging Forward?
Next steps for the most controversial city plan of 2004
Ed Feiner Leaves GSA
Chief architect impressed value of good design on nation's biggest landlord
Higher Ground
MoMA's rooftop becomes canvas for art
Last Year's Lost
We pay our respects to the important figures lost by the design fields in 2004
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Open: Boutique
Catherine Malandrino by Christopher Pillet and Christoff: Finio Architecture
Curbside: Peter Slatin
Deconstruction Hits Harvard
Theater for Corb Puppet Opera destroyed
Preserving Preservation
The Landmarks Preservation Commission comes under fire
Architects Update a Classic
Honors
National Building Museum, National Endowment for the Arts...
Code War Heats Up
The battle for a new NYC building code
At Deadline
FEATURES:
With one foot in the 19th century
REVIEWS:
Report From Ground Zero
Up From Zero: Politics, Architecture, and the Rebuilding of New York by Paul Goldberger, Sixteen Acres: The Outrageous Struggle for the Future of Ground Zero by Philip Nobel, Breaking Ground: Adventures in Life and Architecture by Daniel Libeskind with Sarah Crichton, and Imagining Ground Zero; Official and Unofficial Proposals for the World Trade Center Site by Suzanne Stephens with Ian Luna and Ron Broadhurst
Inside the Designers' Studio
Frank Gehry: At the Parsons Table at New School
Archive