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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 05_04.09.2014
In This Issue:
  • An in-depth look into four naturally lit contemporary gallery spaces with experts in the field.
  • AN talks to Andy Sedgwick of Arup, who Thomas Phifer calls, "the premier daylight designer in the world."
  • An overarching canopy filters daylight before it reaches the museum's walls.
  • Glass loves light, so this museum's roof lets in as much as 425 foot-candles.
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  • An operable louver system allows curators to dial in exhibition-specific amounts of daylight.
  • Talks to Andy Sedgwick of Arup, who Thomas Phifer calls, "the premier daylight designer in the world."
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  • A concrete and wood canopy protects the museum's extensive glazing from direct exposure to the intense Miami sun.
  • Custom diffusers in the cellular concrete ceiling spread daylight evenly, but allow for dynamic changes.
  • Rachel Heidenry on the provocative Philly exhibition, Northern Liberties: From World's Workshop to Hipster Mecca and the People in Between.
  • The Mid-Century Modernist single-glazed curtain wall is an endangered species.
  • Architects create user-friendly map of drone strikes worldwide.
  • One of New York's leading preservation groups names winners of its first awards program.
  • William Menking hopes that design will not be given short shrift by the de Blasio administration.
  • Abby Suckle sifts through the new Handbook of Professional Practice.
  • Print architectural periodicals keep dropping like flies.
  • East Village eatery's interior fuses the regions that inspire its menu.
  • Jayne Merkel remembers the passionate publisher of Metropolis magazine.
  • Urbanizing Atlanta tries out multi-modal transit options and a walkable district.