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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 04_03.19.2014
In This Issue:
  • The commercial space flight industry is taking off, and with it a new architectural typology: the spaceport.
  • S9, an affiliate of Perkins Eastman, serves up a contemporary interpretation of Soho's cast iron facades.
  • Penn plans incubator on waterfront industrial site in Philadelphia.
  • Expanded model museum opens in Jersey City.
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  • Paul Gunther finds much to admire in Stern's taxonomy of the bedroom community.
  • Murray Fraser casts doubt on Robert A.M. Stern's celebration of the suburb.
  • Gina Pollara discusses the ins and outs of finishing Kahn's Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park nearly 40 years after it was designed.
  • Cambridge church moved for new arts center.
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  • Activists in New York City push zoning changes for mandatory affordable housing.
  • William Menking hopes that design will not be given short shrift by the de Blasio administration.
  • Barkow Leibinger's Berlin skyscraper is reshaping the city's skyline.
  • Sayigh + Duman and 2x4 rethink a flagship showroom in Manhattan with an emphasis on the design community.
  • Newark facility takes inspiration from the city's shifting street grid.
  • Recounting the bittersweet history of Brooklyn's Domino Sugar Factory, Molly Heintz says the city deserves better.
  • Prime supplier of software and equipment for New York's bikeshare program declares bankruptcy as funding problems emerge.
  • New towers along Manhattan's 57th Street will cast a pall across Central Park.
  • Landscape plan rebuilds a gateway to the iconic bridge.