Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 09_07.15.2013
In This Issue:
  • Susan Morris sees the light at James Turrell exhibitions in New York, Houston, and L.A.
  • Alex Ulam surveys the geography of the 2013 Venice Art Biennale.
  • William Menking calls for a shakeup of the old guard in Southern California.
  • Perkins + Will designs a 21st century companion to Edward Durell Stone.
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  • Abandoned seaside factory in Sag Harbor being converted to luxury lofts.
  • Dagmar Richter remembers the Danish master.
  • Three projects show a confident return to building in the New York region.
  • Hollwich Kushner turn heads with a bold nightclub building on Fire Island.
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  • Deft use of light, space, and materials define the sublime gallery building for David Zwirner by Selldorf Architects.
  • Steven Holl Architects design a muscular athletic facility for Columbia University.
  • Renzo Piano turns out a miniature mobile home for Vitra.
  • Libeskind designs a peace center in Northern Ireland.
  • Report suggests changes to the Sheridan Expressway in the Bronx.
  • Firms develop a vision for New York's Gateway National Recreation Area.
  • Mecanoo and Sasaki design new municipal offices in Boston.
  • Bloomberg unfurls New York City flood protection plan.
  • Nasher glare debacle continues.
  • Steps away from the North Brooklyn riverfront, a new restaurant combines refined elegance with its building's rugged past.