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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 04_03.07.2012
In This Issue:
  • Toshiko Mori remembers Sato's courage and grace.
  • Jerde Partnership lays out new plan for Atlantic City.
  • Canadian firm weds the modernist tradition of building craft with regional materials.
  • The Mexico City-based firm is on a mission to bring back social engagement to cities.
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  • A micro-office model allows a small firm to work globally on a variety of project types.
  • The Los Angeles-based firm explores line-work as tectonic expression through an array of variously-scaled installations.
  • Boston Herald site redelopment moves forward with revised plan by Elkus Manfredi.
  • Kate Ascher's The Heights: Anatomy of a Skyscraper from the ground up.
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  • Diesel Black Gold Contemporary Showcase by Ryan Korban.
  • A Long Island suburb fights sprawl.
  • A call for ideas on design and urban policy from NYC's mayoral candidates.
  • Meredith TenHoor on MoMA's Foreclosed: Rehousing the American Dream.
  • The Bronx is a beachhead for boutique manufacturing.
  • A Toronto-based studio believes design can affect health, social exchange, and usability.
  • A New York-based firm blends landscape architecture with activism.
  • The Skyscraper Museum.
  • Art work at the Center for Architecture.
  • Bjarke Ingels Group tower.
  • Obit of Sato.
  • Iconic D.C. Museum exterior becomes platform for multimedia art.
  • LA-based Inaba's designs run the gamut from small installations to masterplanning entire regions.
  • The Winnipeg-based firm enacts design at various scales and typologies from multi-family residential to public pavilions.
  • Rehabilitated riverport on the Hudson creates an upper Manhattan destination.
  • Architecture + Media series launches with a discussion of the state of criticism.