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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 07_05.21.2014
In This Issue:
  • In contrast to the typical ramshackle Big Sur house, Fougeron Architecture turned out a modern, easy-to-use living space.
  • Lean Arch designs an airy space for the Playa Vista-based advertising and media company.
  • First observation pit at Los Angeles' Hancock Park gets new life.
  • Two exhibits reexamine modernism in Latin America.
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  • O'Neill Rose Architects create a bespoke residence in New York that transitions from traditional to modern.
  • Architecture at Large gave this digital media company a boldly graphic, but grown-up identity.
  • Denise Scott Brown remembers the New York architect.
  • Abby Suckle surveys the life and work of the master architect Harry Seidler.
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  • Cooper-Hewitt doles out its 14th annual design awards.
  • Lower Manhattan's long-vacant Pier A to be transformed into an events space.
  • William Menking outlines the Rem Koolhaas-curated Venice Biennale, Elements of Architecture.
  • Mildred Schmertz reads Martin Filler's Makers of Modern Architecture, Volume II.
  • Two Lescaze buildings to be demolished in New York City.
  • Morris Adjmi adds a twisting topper to a meat packing landmark.
  • Twelve groups of designers show their wares at the co-op gallery, Colony.
  • Gwen Webber reviews the new addition to the Glasgow School of Art by Steven Holl Architects.