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IN THIS ISSUE 20_12.08.2010
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Edgy design for proposed salt shed meets resistance from residents
Controversial development plans for an abandoned rail embankment pit preservation against smart growth
Morris Adjmi's torqued tower causes some to question appropriateness of location.
Memphis Makeover
Billings drift downward after sharp September gains
Editorial> States on the Make
Letters
ARC Tunnel R.I.P.
D'espresso by nemaworkshop
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
All in the name; Bird's eye view; In a cold climate
Theater group plans for new home in the shell of an abandoned tobacco warehouse
William McDonough + Partners with Quinn Evans Architects at American University
At Deadline
Pei puts paid to NYU tower; Rudolph party pad landmarked; PS1 young architects shortlist
FEATURES:
Fabrication has been a fast-growing part of architectural studio work. As the novelty wears off, it's time to start assessing fabrication's impact on architecture, and to ask where it's going and what challenges lie ahead. Julie Iovine checks in with practices large and small that embrace this high-tech art of making
Product> The Art of Presentation
Smart technologies are transforming the power to show and tell
REVIEWS:
Review> Lucky Jim
Notes from the Archive: James Frazier Stirling, Architect and Teacher
Comment> Mega-Church Meltown
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