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IN THIS ISSUE 16_10.05.2005
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
AIA-NYC Design Awards 2005
Jurors prioritize social and environmental responsibility
Imagining a Memorial Musem
LMDC workshops focus on museum's programming
Damage Control
Gulf Coast architects prepare to rebuild
Hell-bent on Kent
Will Cass Gilbert building stand in the way or be a part of Williamsburg waterfront renewal?
Columbia Hires Moneo
Rafael Moneo designs historic campus' last plot
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen
Open: Restaurant
Thor by Marcel Wanders/moooi
View From the Top
Silvercup Studios becomes home to city's largest green roof
Studio Visit: Della Valle + Bernheimer
New Tutu Center
Historic buildings in West Chelsea get makeover
At Deadline
FEATURES:
Hombroich, an ex-NATO missile base near Cologne, Germany, has been turned into a public art and architecture park. And in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, a design-driven subdivision blossoms. The answer to post-military landscapes seems to be contemporary architecture. Andrew Yang reports.
Now in its third year, openhousenewyork is fast becoming a New York City institution. Organized by architect Scott Lauer, the two- day event opens the doors to countless sites throughout New York City. Tess Taylor sat down with Lauer to find out how it all began.
True to its brochure, OHNY offers a chance to explore substations, skyscrapers, lighthouses, lookouts, crypts, clubs, monuments, mansions, hotels, landfills, lodges, factories, fireboats, farmhouses, and so much more.. Culled from this yearrs offering of 150 sites, which here are our recommendations of the high, the low, and the in-between.
REVIEWS:
Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Sketches of Frank Gehry directed by Sydney Pollack
Community Starts At Home
Policy and Design for Housing: Lessons of the Urban Development Corporation, 1968-1975 at the Center for Architecture
Q&A: Rolf Fehlbaum
Protest: Jonathan Massey
Confidence Building
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