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Issue Archives IN THIS ISSUE 08_06.05.2014
In This Issue:
  • Anna Bergren Miller looks into how architect-led design-build can deliver more for less.
  • Elkus Manfredi Architects designs a cost-effective LEED Platinum spec lab building.
  • Chris Bentley explores the latest horizons in sustainable design metrics.
  • This Hoboken, New Jersey-based model making studio renders not just plans, but ideas and effects.
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  • Raymund Ryan goes to France to look in on two Tschumi exhibitions and the architect's new Paris Zoo.
  • Dan Graham makes an astrological analysis of John Lautner's architecture.
  • Handel Architects unveils plans for 26-story tower at Cornell's Roosevelt Island tech campus.
  • New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio issues RFP for affordable housing at Brooklyn Bridge Park.
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  • Paul Gunther visits two recently redone 19th century rooms at the Brooklyn Museum.
  • Alan Brake questions the wisdom of Detroit's blight removal plan.
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art unveils master plan for major expansion.
  • Expo Milano 2015 considers the future of food production.
  • NCARB announces exam overhauls.
  • New York City eyes expansion of Select Bus Service.
  • A new Mexican eatery in Manhattan celebrates unusual ingredients: Bugs.
  • Alan G. Brake descends into Davis Brody Bond's somber museum
  • New York City group pushes for museum in Roosevelt Island steam plant.
  • New Boston mayor opens floodgates on development.
  • Master plan hopes to spur transformation of Philadelphia's Fairmount Park.
  • DIGSAU designs a student-oriented hotel in Philadelphia.
  • Idaho couple proposes paving the nation with specialty solar panels.
  • Alan G. Brake takes stroll through New York's newest trophy park by Dutch landscape architecture firm, West 8.