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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 08_06.05.2013
In This Issue:
  • Exhibition showcases the largest collection of the architect's work ever displayed in New York City.
  • Director Angel Sing Bhalla's new film, Herman's House, follows inmate Herman Wallace as he designs his dream home.
  • Across the country, architects are taking a leading role in laying out the future of cities.
  • Now that planners no longer have a say in physical planning, architects go it alone.
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  • Anthony Denzer's new book, The Solar House: Pioneering Sustainable Design, shines a light on the history of solar design.
  • Mathews Nielsen proposes two solutions for Manhattan's Pier 42.
  • An Asian-inspired tea shop in Manhattan embraces its West Village home.
  • New York-based firm crafts sleek residences and impactful urban spaces.
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  • A blow-by-blow account of the convention center competition between OMA and BIG.
  • Barry Bergdoll remembers an architect known for intelligent interventions at cultural institutions in England and the US.
  • NYPD releases World Trade Center security measures.
  • Geoff Manaugh to take the helm at Gizmodo.
  • Philadelphia adopts plan to revive activity on the Schuylkill River.
  • Van Alen Institute launches competition for ground floor.