Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 05_04.10.2013
In This Issue:
  • Lighting designers are applying the skills of their profession to further the goals of urban design, creating safer, more stimulating, and better functioning cities.
  • The National Building Museum explores the historic work of the Guastavino Company at the intersection of architecture and technology.
  • New York-based firm employs a business-centric approach to design.
  • SCI-Arc exhibition A Confederacy of Heretics explores work from Thom Mayne's Architecture Gallery in Venice.
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  • Bohlin Cywinski Jackson uses massing to bring identity to Philadelphia's newest commercial building, 15th and Walnut.
  • Anthony Vidler remembers the venerated architect and educator.
  • Give Madison Square Garden a 10 year lease renewal, not a permanent one, urges Alan G. Brake.
  • Brooklyn-based studio hOmE designs a Scandinavian beer bar using a kaleidoscope of wood.
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  • New York City Council trades taller buildings for public space.
  • Three well-known scribes land new platforms for debate.
  • New York City Housing Authority to lease public housing lots to developers.
  • New facilities landing on New York's Sandy-ravaged beaches.