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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 15_10.03.2012
In This Issue:
  • Five centuries after Andrea Palladio, author adds to the understanding of the revolutionary architect.
  • Eva Branscome remembers the contributions of the visionary Austrian avant-garde artist.
  • New exhibition emphasizes architecture and urbanism's potential role for political engagement.
  • Princeton's new architecture dean discusses post-economic-crisis opportunities and academic realities.
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  • Two new libraries by David Adjaye push accessibility, transparency, and sense of ownership to the forefront.
  • Architects and designers from the US had a larger footprint at the Venice Biennale than ever before.
  • Syracuse's former architecture dean reflects on architecture and his new role as director of the International Center of Photography.
  • Recent attacks challenge OBO Design Excellence.
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  • Alan G. Brake calls for more comprehensive New York City and statewide agricultural infrastructure.
  • University expanding Lower Manhattan campus with dorms by developers.
  • The Met plays nice with neighbors in effort to stay on schedule.
  • Statue of Liberty to reopen with improved accessibility.
  • Developer and arts patron put architecture first.
  • Herzog & de Meuron's Miami parking garage is topped with a breathtaking rooftop lounge.
  • Bing Thom reimagines Washington, D.C.'s Woodbridge Library for modern times.
  • The Barclays Center's undulating bands of rusted metal panels reach out to Brownstone Brooklyn.
  • Atlantic Yards could bring the tallest modular construction building in the world to Brooklyn.