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IN THIS ISSUE 07_04.20.2005
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
New Zoning for West Chelsea
DCP proposal brings zoning in line with High Line
Gehry Highrise Design Delayed
First public school in private development leads to re-design of Ratner's downtown development
Kenzo Tange, 1913-2005
Shakespeare in the Park
A modern theater-in-the-round proposed for Governor's Island site
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Jets Score Yards
But hold the bulldozers- MTA retains transferable development rights and legal actions abound
Architecture 101
GQ's March feature architecture list
Open: Boutique
Reiss by d_raw
Philbrook Follies
Three of five Tulsa Museum competition winners hail from NYC
At Deadline
FEATURES:
The cutting-edge nonprofit Robin Hood Foundation has recruited a band of architects to give to the poor by designing libraries in some of New York Cityys neediest public schools. With its second phaseeand 31 librariessnow complete, the Library Initiative is an example of pro bono design at its best. Cathy Lang Ho reports.
REVIEWS:
From Brick to Screen
Various films at Montreal's annual Festival International du Film sur I'Art
New York Is Burning
Yves Klein: Air Architecture at Storefront Art and Architecture
Derrida Remembered
Derrida and Architecture: A Conversation Anthony Vilder, Peter Eisenman, Jeff Kipnis, Catherine Ingraham, and Mark Wigley at Cooper Union
Q&A: David Burney
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