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IN THIS ISSUE 06_04.05.2006
The Village Is Thrown A Curve
KPF and HInes develop rippling facade for historic Greenwich Village Lot
Sudjic to Lead Design Museum
Architecture critic leads London institution into expansion phase
Vinoly in the Clear
Architect and litigious client settle out of court
P.S. 1 Cover-Up
Obra is selcted to design this year's summer pavilion
Herda to Head Graham
Storefront director to lead Chicago Foundation
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen
Open: Boutique
Fila by Giorgio Borruso Design, TPG Architecture
Buffalo Builds
Upstate college adds Gwathmey Siegel-designed museum to campus
A Fairer Fairground
New 750 million Euro exhibition hall, designed by Massimiliano Fuksas, is one of the largest in the world
Coney Island's Next Stop
Development moves forward with consultation from arquitectonica and Hargreaves
Simon Ungers, 1957-2006
At Deadline
Architects are interested in glass for reasons well beyond its ability to disappear. For our second annual glass issue, we looked for projects that explore its rich material presence. Each of the five projects featured here exploits a different quality of this everyday building component, from mutable color and reflectivity to blast resistance.
Rethinking New Orleans
Regrounding New Orleans at Columbia GSAPP and Exposing New Orleans at Princeton University
Flash Back
The Downtown Show: The New York Art Scene 1974-1984 at Grey Art Gallery and Fales Library and Anarchy to Influence: Design in New York 1974-1984
Gone, Daddy, Gone
The Place Your Love is Gone: Progress Hits Home by Melissa Holbrook
Q&A: Charles McKinney