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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 12_10.02.2013
In This Issue:
  • MASS Design Group-designed facility helps solve Haiti's compromised water infrastructure.
  • Photographer Daniel Faust turns his camera on urban details in Morocco.
  • Celebrating 50 years of architectural practice, Richard Meier looks to build the future.
  • Paul Gunther explores the exhibition, William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain, at New York's Bard Graduate Center.
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  • Structural engineers are exploring an unexpected material for high-rise construction, one that may have significant environmental benefits: wood. Chris Bentley bores in.
  • With new development in Boston, new cries for demolition of Brutalist city hall.
  • Alan G. Brake calls for a more holistic approach to building sustainable cities.
  • SHoP and BBB to remake long-vacant Lower East Side site.
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  • Victoria Newhouse reviews the book Capital Culture, J. Carter Brown, the National Gallery of Art, and the Reinvention of the Museum Experience.
  • Wid Chapman Architects designs a new lounge along New York's East River.
  • Herzog & de Meuron's renovation of the Park Avenue Armory completed in New York.
  • SHoP Architects' new skinny skyscraper set to rise in Midtown Manhattan.
  • Historic Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital under threat in New Jersey.
  • The teacher, poet, and South Bronx native died on September 11.
  • Morphosis Architects incorporates an innovative stainless steel facade screen to mitigate heat gain for new academic building.
  • Situ Studio adds a design lab to the New York Hall of Science.
  • Michael Van Valkenburgh's winding garden for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum opens in Boston.
  • Snohetta unveils a light-filled library to lift civic spirits in Queens.