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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 19_12.12.2012
In This Issue:
  • Martin Treu reconsiders the architectural significance of commercial signage along America's Main Streets.
  • Architecture and design: matters of the economy.
  • Chicago's Cook County enacts the Midwest's first ordinance to cut construction waste.
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  • Alan G. Brake calls for a new emphasis on resiliency as we face a new climate reality.
  • UCLA enlists star professors to link students with industry at new campus.
  • "The Play's The Thing" in Studio Gang's new Writer's Theatre in Chicago.
  • Toshiko Mori's design for the new Sean Kelly Gallery isn't your generic white box.
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  • San Francisco okays pilot program for micro-apartments under 220 square feet.
  • Chicago greens its massive stock of vacant land with urban agriculture.
  • D.C. and feds studying amending the city's building height limit.
  • Michael Webb remembers the outspokenly unique modern architect and opinionated member of the New Canaan Five.
  • Susan Morris reviews the new movie, 16 Acres, about rebuilding the World Trade Center site.
  • The AN editors present all we want for the Holidays in this year's gift guide.