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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 10_06.06.2012
In This Issue:
  • Architectural heavy-hitters descend on Yongsan International Business District.
  • A subterranean lounge in Manhattan's Financial District is designed for the modern bohemian.
  • Schools reap benefits of extracurricular bedfellors.
  • Karrie Jacobs on the Ada Louise Huxtable of the West, Esther McCoy.
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  • Another gem in Philly's master plan for a necklace of parks.
  • Long considered a risk-averse city, Washington D.C. is embracing innovative architecture and urban planning. Amanda Kolson Hurley surveys the scene.
  • Julie V. Iovine calls on architects to embrace walkability at home and abroad.
  • As interest in urban planning surges across the country, Mike Lydon discusses the small changes that make a big difference.
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  • Thomas de Monchaux on H3 Hardy Collaborative Architecture's addition to the Lincoln Center.
  • Noted landscape architect discusses the profession and the state of public space today.
  • Syracuse University shares its Breuer archives online.
  • Foundation eyes Queens as new home fore Aluminaire
  • Times Square makeover to build in broadcasting infrastructure.