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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.17.2007
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
MTA turns to designers for flood prevention
Open: Museum Expansion
Ruth and Raymond G. Perelman Building
Studio Visit: HanrahanMeyers
AIA Honors Joan Davidson
As building permits lapse and must be renewed before construction can continue, Burg residents fight back
The London Design Festival tackles access and sustainability
Going Dutch
Cincinnati Art Museum gives Rotterdam firm first U.S. job
Outrageous and inimitably complex, the architecture critic believed deeply in the saving power of built space.
Pulling Columbia's Strings
Manhattan Borough President cuts deal with university
Sarko's Starchitects
President convenes all-star panel for French design
LPC landmarks some Domino buildings, making room for affordable housing but not preservation
FEATURES:
Mayor Cory Booker is determined to exploit planning strategies and the real estate market and to help the long-struggling city rebuild after decades of decline. Developers, businesses, and, most importantly, potential residents are paying attention.
REVIEWS:
New York Review of World Architecture
Makers of Modern Architecture: From Frank Lloyd Wright to Frank Gehry
Alone Together
Take Your Time: Olafur Eliasson
Pop Art
Architecture in Helsinki: Places Like This
Appreciation: Ettore Sottsass
Running Hot and Cold
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