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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 01_01.20.2014
In This Issue:
  • Kengo Kuma-Complete Works is actually a careful collection of 25 of the architect's outstanding buildings.
  • Herzog & de Meuron's design blurs the distinction between inside and out.
  • PIN-UP Interviews delivers the straight talk without the filter of editorial discretion.
  • The founder of Design Observer was an idea-a-minute entrepreneur.
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  • Bade Stageberg Cox designed a storm-resilient pavilion on the Harlem River for the New York Restoration Project.
  • A manifesto from the architecture lobby.
  • The granddaughter of Frank Lloyd Wright was an advocate for architecture and civic advancement.
  • RKTB's affordable housing in Brooklyn could serve as a model for New York City.
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  • City agencies advocate removal of the reviled Moses-era Sheridan Expressway.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
  • Roosevelt Island tech campus by Morphosis, Handel, Weiss/Manfredi, and Field Operations taking shape.
  • Paris-based architect Laurent Deroo crafts an unabashedly austere retail boutique solely from pale oak.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.
  • Some of the most exciting and innovative American architecture to be completed in 2013 fills out AN's first annual design award program.