Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 14_12.04.2013
In This Issue:
  • Long considered a somewhat sleepy outpost in the mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia has become a hot spot of innovative architecture and urban design.
  • Three case studies showcase the performance, programmatic, and decorative potential of contemporary glass.
  • Jeffrey Vaglio explores the new book, Archaeology of the Digital, edited by Greg Lynn.
  • Irene Cheng sticks her nose in new ways of uncovering the past.
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  • Stefanie Leontiadis reviews the book, Regenerative Infrastructures: Freshkills Park NYC, Land Art Generator Initiative.
  • WorkAC and Alice Waters transform a Brooklyn school lot into a garden.
  • Tampa's Alfonso Architects designs a museum in St. Petersburg to celebrate the American Arts & Crafts movement.
  • Alan G. Brake makes an argument for protecting West Chelsea as a gallery district.
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  • Alan G. Brake looks around Fumihiko Maki's New York City skyscraper.
  • Paris-based Thierry Gaugain's retail design in Soho brings a sense of urban sophistication to roughing it.
  • New York City Planning moves to streamline building approval process.
  • Streetscape remake in West Side Manhattan neighborhood includes stormwater-retention measures.
  • Installation gives New Yorkers a means to address their new mayor, Bill de Blasio.
  • Diller Scofidio + Renfro and Hargreaves design a dramatic new park in Moscow.
  • Plan dies in New York City Council.
  • Texas legislature passes law requiring the fingerprinting of registered architects and other licensed professionals.