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IN THIS ISSUE 20_12.14.2005
Phyllis Lambert wins 7th Vincent Scully Prize
CCA Founder to be honored at the National Building Museum
Flight 587 Memorial
Winning design chosen for Queens Memorial
Parks Get Boost
Parks department kicks off design excellence program
Post-industrial Progress
Rockwell Group to build arts center in ex-steel factory
USGBC Does Come Soul-Searching
At Greenbuild, LEED comes under scrutiny
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Open: Gallery
Casey Kaplan Gallery by Neil M. Denari Architects
Studio Visit: Architecture Research Office
Transit Bond Passes
Money secure, MTA looks to get rolling
U.S. Green Building Council, Leadership Awards, Golden Trowel Awards...
At Deadline
After 14 years, Terence Riley has resigned as chief curator of architecture and design at the Museum of Modern Art. We look at his legacyyand at the historic significance of the MoMA curator position.
Jayne Merkel traces Philip Johnson's impact on MoMA and Terence Riley's break from his influence.
In which we look at the most prominent and prolific architecture and design curators today.
It's that time of year again. Here are our suggestions of what to give your favorite hard-to-satisfy, design-obsessed, on-the-go, clutter-phobic, inspiration-seeking architect. If these donnt please, then we donnt know what will!
Civic Bodies
Senes of the City at the Canadian Center for Architecture
The Odd Couple
Charles Jencks and Peter Eisenman: The New Iconic Building?
Rite Minded
Marina Abramovic: Seven Easy Places at the Solomon Guggenheim Museum
Checkered History
Designed the Taxi at Parsons The New School for Design
Intersection for Art
Solange Fabiao's Transito, NYC at the corner of Canal and Centre streets