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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 03_02.17.2010
In This Issue:
  • SO-IL brings its Pole Dance to Queens
  • New York's landmarks commission contends with uncontextual Noho tower
  • Richard Dattner and Peter Samton remember the irrepressible champion of New York architecture
  • Vast tract of Astoria to be sensitively rezoned
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  • The transfer of the AIA's official publication from Record to Hanley Wood's Architect raises troubling questions about the industry's flagship publication, writes William Menking.
  • Out of the Ordinary, Trading Up
  • Dwell in the House of Ennui
  • Robert at the 
Museum of Arts and Design
  • Advertisement
  • Piano designs new wing for Boston's Gardner Museum
  • Target refines big-box model for urban locations
  • Jean-Louis Cohen recalls the flamboyant director of the Russian State Museum of Architecture
  • Pei Cobb Freed & Partners with Thornton Tomasetti and W&W Glass
  • Kiki Smith and Deborah Gans to complete Eldridge Street window
  • NYC unveils designs for new sidewalk sheds
  • New Niagara crossing up in the air