Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 15_09.17.2008
In This Issue:
  • Philly nixes Unisys signs at Center City Tower
  • New science library opens at Princeton
  • Community opposes garbage garage, LEED rating or no
  • Controversial program back in City Council crosshairs
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  • At Venice this year, the U.S. pavilion shuns star architects, turning instead to confront our compromised urban condition.
  • Kathryn Dean to head Graduate School of Architecture & Urban Design
  • Madison Square Park tower unveiled
  • Council passes trio of bills to make building sites safer
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  • 1 Dominick
  • Hines to build Italy's first LEED-certified mixed-use complex with KPF, Pelli, McDonough
  • Taekwondo Park
  • Apiary
  • Ichioka to replace Moore at Architectural Foundation
  • Mini and HWKN turn a Chelsea roof into a front lawn dance party
  • Shanghai World Financial Center opens with 101st-floor observation deck
  • Bronx's Highbridge Park gets new access path
  • Today's most creative glass applications play off ever more sophisticated manipulations of glass as a many-layered thing