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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 11_06.25.2008
In This Issue:
  • ShoP's proposal for South Street Seaport would reintegrate the historic district into its surrounding neighborhood
  • Florida tower design not swiped, federal court says
  • Judge rules owner must repair crumbling landmark
  • Paterson picks upstate banker to chair ESDC
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  • U.S. pavilion at 11th Venice Biennale documents what happens when architects think well beyond the confines of four walls
  • Kidrobot by Harry Allen & Associates
  • In tearing down the Provincetown Playhouse Building, NYU tests its commitment to the community
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  • Architects leery as crane accidents persist
  • David Byrne turns Battery Maritime Building into a musical instrument
  • WORK Architecture Company with Leslie E. Robertson Associates
  • MUJI Times Square by Super Potato
  • The gap continues to close between furniture for public and for private, for office and for home. As a selection of highlights from this month's Neocon exhibition in Chicago shows, even the sophisticated can get tough.