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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.19.2005
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Solar Saviors
Students design New Haven's first solar house
View From the Rock
Rockefeller Center's renovated observation deck opens
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum
Board of the Institute For Urban Design mutinies, forming new nonprofit
Rogers Takes The Javits
Convention center expansion architects named
Wanted: Medici or Moses?
For all those sickened by the paralysis at Ground Zero, may I suggest an unlikely scapegoat: Michael Eisner
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen
Coney: Comeback Kid?
CIDC-and some cash from the city-set to spur redevelopment
South Park Slope Stays Low
Downzoning intends to check lofty development
At Deadline
MacArthur Genius Grants Awarded
FEATURES:
MoMAs first major design exhibit since its reopening takes a look at objects that help keep us safe. in the wake of terrorist attacks and natural disasters, Alice Twemlow observes, the show takes on new and poignant resonance.
Rogers Marvel shows that security design needn't be defensive and formidable. With a holistic design approach, they provethat that therees more to safe streets than bollards and bomb dogs. Sara Moss reports.
REVIEWS:
So Sugimoto
Hiroshi Sugimoto: History of History at Japan Society
Pictures of an Exhibition
Can Buildings Curate? at Storefront for Art and Architecture
Routine Innovation
Eero Saarinen by Jayne Merkel
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