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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 06_05.07.2014
In This Issue:
  • Jenna M. McKnight checks in to four contemporary hospitality projects.
  • Rockwell Group filters its signature theatrical style through the magic of Hawaii.
  • Deborah Berke mixes hospitality with gallery in this Bentonville lodging.
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  • Tara Bernerd & Partners hammers out a rough luxury in view of Lake Michigan.
  • Roman and Williams hearkens back to the glamour of old New York.
  • William Menking covers the opening of New York's new Center for Italian Modern Art.
  • Carlos Brillembourg relates his 1990 meeting with Oscar Niemeyer.
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  • Scott Henson Architect preserves the marks of time on an industrial facade in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
  • Molly Heintz offers her views on the Italian Futurism show at the Guggenheim Museum.
  • Slender skyscraper by KPF coming to Manhattan's 22nd Street.
  • Alan G. Brake argues the city should regulate the new supertall residential towers.
  • Mapos has designed a contemporary yet rustic Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side.
  • Eva Branscome considers the legacy of the visionary architect.
  • SCAD creates sustainable micro-apartments inside an Atlanta parking garage.
  • SCAD creates sustainable micro-apartments inside an Atlanta parking garage.
  • The so-called +Pool proposed for New York's East River could actually happen.
  • BKSK's warping tribute to Soho's cast-iron history.
  • Philly's architecture critic wins journalism's highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize.
  • Safety measures implemented in several New York City boroughs.
  • Asymptote Architecture undertakes a cultural master plan in Italy.