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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 02_02.12.2014
In This Issue:
  • AIANY selects six innovative young firms as this year's class of New Practices New York.
  • How Rafael Vinoly Architects is building Manhattan's second-tallest tower.
  • Bruner/Cott give new life to a Josep Lluis Sert building at Boston University.
  • Paul Gunther on the visually stunning new book, The Library: A World History.
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  • Four case studies of transformative retrofits.
  • Sean Khorsandi on the book, Modern American Housing: High-Rise, Reuse, Infill.
  • Artist has collected documents of Harlem's transformation.
  • The New Jersey Governor's political scandals run parallel to a series bad land-use policies.
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  • Parsons design archive acquires another important collection.
  • Well-known designer David Weeks opens showroom in Manhattan.
  • Inga Saffron laments the controversial plan by Diller Scofidio + Renfro to demolish the American Folk Art Museum building.
  • ParkingPlus design challenge presents solutions for creating density in car-based suburbs.