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IN THIS ISSUE 02_02.06.2008
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
In Detail
FXFowle Architects
At Deadline
Holl and an Ivy, Glass Act, Zaha Zinger, Artists Out
Opening the Floodgates
West Harlem fights for access to Riverside Park
Demolition permit in the works for a Philip Johnson house
Kew Forward
A modest new house in Queens makes a modern point
Studio Visit: K/R
If You Can Make it Here...
Crain's ranks New York's largest firms
Breuer Tower Saved
Developer readies plans for residential conversion
P/A Awards
Artist Olafur Eliasson brings waterfall installations to New York Harbor
Troubled Contractor Still Swinging in City
Little has changed since deadly accident at Trump Soho
Unveiled: Eames Stamps
Open: Wine bar
Adour Alain Ducasse
Cincinnati director will bring other disciplines into 2008 architecture fair
Eavesdrop: Editors
Vive La Stern
American architect's tower chosen to rise in Paris
Spitzer Pitches New Housing Trust Fund
Governor hopes to double size of state pot for affordable housing
A Pox on that Ruin
Preservationists allege neglect as stabilization plan advances
Poughkeepsie Rail Bridge to be pedestrian crossing
FEATURES:
International Arrivals
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REVIEWS:
A Many Splendored Thing
USA
Show Me The Way
Future Talk Now: The Great Republic of New Orleans
Portrait of a Serious Player
From Agit-Prop to Free Space: The Architecture of Cedric Price
Movable Feast
Everything by Design: My Life as an Architect
Profile: Cai Guo-Qiang
The Big Bang Artist
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