Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.19.2011
In This Issue:
  • Taiwanese architect receives top Curry Stone social design award.
  • Jean-Louis Cohen reflects on French architect who advanced 20th century urban discourse.
  • John Pawson pays his respect to Wren's St. Paul's Cathedral.
  • As interactive software catches on, the city invites the public to play.
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  • William Menking on the Stirling Prize and the future of architectural awards.
  • A sustainable convent in Harlem.
  • John Hill on DASH: Delft Architectural Studies on Housing and the reinvigoration of residential architecture.
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  • John Ronan Architects finely crafts light, materials, and space to create a prototype high school for Chicago.
  • Abandoned underground tracks a future as bright as the High Line's.
  • LTL Architects uses light to transform a maintenance building into vibrant offices.
  • Petra Blaisse creates an artful curtain for Machado and Silvetti's new Chazen Museum lobby.
  • Foster and Partners masterfully controls natural light at the newly opened Art of the Americas Wing.
  • Steven Holl uses light to help defy gravity in China.
  • Herzog & De Meuron Peel Back Layers of Time at the Park Avenue Armory.
  • A Loophole for Manny Hanny?
  • Murphy/Jahn and Lichtplanung create an unobtrusive lighting scheme for the University of Chicago's glass-domed reading room.
  • Stephen Bayley delivers Pomo its death blow.
  • Occupying Wall Street at the public-private frontier.
  • Tashan by Winka Dubbeldam and Archi-Tectonics.