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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.21.2009
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Portzamparc tackles New York's Riverside South, though alternative plans put up tough defense
Surprise decision made to turn fabled Berlin airport into a public park
Downtown's Donut Hole
Visions unveiled for South Greenwich Street corridor
Down to Rio
Chicago looks ahead without the 2016 games
Three luminaries talk about what shined at Columbia University's Post Ductility Conference
Letters
Working for the City
DDC announces its list of go-to architects
Open> Cafe
City bets big on arts district additions
Glass reclad for Edward Durell Stone's crumbling Toronto tower
Unveiled
Lakeside Center
Studio Visit
Howeler + Yoon Architecture/My Studio
Retrofits take center stage at Urban Green Expo
At Deadline
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New lighting for 2009 combines resonant shaping with a spare elegance that will guarantee its appeal for years to come
REVIEWS:
Climb the Pile
Allan Kaprow: Yard
Route Fix
Street Design Manual
Seeing Cities Over Handlebars
Bicycle Diaries
Cartoonish Seriousness
Beyond Archigram: The Structure of Circulation
Three luminaries talk about what shined at Columbia University's Post Ductility Conference
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