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IN THIS ISSUE 12_07.07.2010
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Massive Domino redevelopment shortened but not shrunk as it wins unanimous approval
Following strong spring, AIA billings index tumbles again, pointing to long, uneasy recovery
The former MIT architecture dean and technology pioneer is remembered for his vision and vitality
Plans for missing secction of East River Esplanade are running out of time to be realized
Letters
Don't Call It Parametricism, Terminal 6 Takedown
Adeline Adeline by Andrea Tognon Architecture
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Float Like a Glass House, Sting Like a Mies; What Cary Grant Taught Libeskind
Large-scale fuel cells charge mixed-use high-rise, still a sustainable rarity with kinks to be worked out
Eleni Reed named agency's first sustainability czar
Cooper, Robertson designs a new bandshell for East Harlem's Marcus Garvey Park
Stephen Talasnik's latest installation melds organic motifs and architectural intricacy at upstate art center
Studio Visit> Centerbrook Architects and Planners
In Construction> OMA and its associates grapple with complex forms for a new Architecture, Art, and Planning school
A battle rages over the fate of famed 1961 hockey arena, boasting the world's largest retractable dome
Honors
Architectural League Prize, National Design Awards, New Practices New York
At Deadline
Polshek Name Change, Columbia's Full Court Press, Break Out Those Urban Paintbrushes
FEATURES:
Preferring hands-on building to paper-architecture ponderings, a new generation of emerging architects are weathering the recession with creativity, grit, and good form.
REVIEWS:
It Never Rains
Architecture of the Sun: Los Angeles Modernism, 1900-1970
Utopia's Ghost
Tatlin's Tower: Monument to Revolution by Norbert Lynton
Architects and designers donate works to benefit restoration of Mies and Johnson icons
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