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IN THIS ISSUE 16_10.06.2006
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Pritzker Prize Jury Shuffle
Three new members include Shigeru Ban, Toshiko Mori, and Renzo Piano
At Deadline
Honors
New public work for Philadelphia
Artist Andrea Blum completes Plateau
Mapping Lower Manhattan
A cultural map of lower Manhattan gives direction to planning its future
Furniture Mogul Ivan Luini dies in a plane crash
Richard Blinder Dies at 71
John H. Beyer and John Belle pay tribute to their partner
Industrial Designer Bill Stumpf passes away
Chee Pearlman reflects on the furniture world's recent loss
Storefront Makes Offer
Board negotiating with Anselm Franke for director job
Buffalo Builds, Once Again
In the 19th and 20th Centuries, Buffalo's captains of industry nurtured a rich architecture culture; today's civic boosters are adding to that legacy
Dialogue: Rem Koolhaas + Hani Rashid
Open
Store: Alessi-SOHO
Herzog & De Meuron to design Miami Museum
Museum selects architects for new $120 Million facility
Stuy Town: $5 Billion O.B.O.
Residents make a play for a bid in sale of residential housing complex
OMA In Ithaca
Rem Koolhaas and OMA Unveil Design of Cornell University's New School of Architecture
GSA Names Classicist as Chief Architect
Thomas Gordon Smith succeeds Ed Feiner as National Design Administrator
FEATURES:
Themed Cities, Architecture, and Society, the 10th International Architecture Biennale tackles the most challenging of topics: the world's quickening urbanization and its social and ecological consequences. The results, and reactions, were mixed.
REVIEWS:
Sheltering Sky
Jame's Turrel's Deer Shelter Skyspace
The Good Old Days
Future City: Experiment and Utopia in Architecture 1956-2006
The Revolution Will Be Digitized?
Catalytic Formations: Architecture and Digital Design
Functional Shift
M.E. Smith
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