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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 03_03.06.2013
In This Issue:
  • Steven Vance appeals to architects for help advancing sustainable transportation options in the built environment.
  • Leeser Architecture adding a multifaceted tower to the Brooklyn Downtown Cultural District.
  • Jeffrey Hogrefe reviews Jill Stoners new book, Towards a Minor Architecture.
  • An alternative proposal for the growth of NYU.
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  • Ian Volner explores micro-apartments' big promise of living small at the Museum of the City of New York.
  • AN's editors talk to this year's Architectural League list of young firms to watch.
  • Alan G. Brake finds a sense of optimism and engagement among young architecture practices.
  • Tijuana firm delivers Mexican modernism on a budget.
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  • New York firm infuses projects with elements to challenge and enrich spatial experiences.
  • Schemes by Dattner and WXY compete to save Manhattan's Pier 40.
  • Liberty and Ellis Islands' pavilions hang in watery limbo.
  • Checking in with an important voice in New York's architecture scene since 1976.
  • Los Angeles- and Paris-based landscape artists craft dreamy scenes steeped in cultural meaning.
  • Mexico City-based firm weaves together eclectic experiences into their design process.
  • Philadelphia-based generalist practice uses collaboration to find potent ideas and generate form.
  • San Francisco-based firm thrives on the tension between code requirements and formal experimentation.
  • New draft report suggests ways to protect against rising tides in New York City.
  • Selldorf Architects uses light to organize the interior of a distinctive Chelsea art space.
  • New York landscape architect expanding the role of the profession through civic engagement.
  • Boston-based architecture firm uses design to affect social change.
  • Steven Holl takes a surgical approach to expand the Kennedy Center.
  • Robert Rubin restoring a monumental Buckminster Fuller dome.
  • Major redevelopment could give Silver Spring, MD a new transit-oriented center.