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IN THIS ISSUE 01_01.19.2011
Diller Scofidio + Renfro completing creative center at Brown wrapped in glass and pleated zinc
A Landscape Manifesto packed with ideas
No man's land behind Philly's art museum gets a facelift
Capping a Brooklyn highway could mean greener, cleaner South Williamsburg
Optimism takes cautious hold as November Billings jog up
Ivy Climbs
Arch Record editor-in-chief to take up the AIA crown
Editorial> Beauty & the Budget
Slender mixed-use building responds to varying site conditions by merging brick and glass masses
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
While the MoMA big cheese was away; Nicolai of Arabia; Get some kicks; Watch out, swimsuit models
Graffit by Garrett Singer Architecture and Design
Danish architect ready to leave his footprints in Manhattan and beyond
Architect wants nothing to do with billion-dollar residence
New proposal for a Prospect Park gateway features giant sliding stones
With Hope & a Prayer
In debt, seminary puts prime real estate on the block
Reiser + Umemoto create a dramatic gateway for Taiwan
Dior Flagship Store by Peter Marino
Vancouver's Bing Thom designs a mixed-use project atop a repurposed school in a once blighted neighborhood
New acquisitions are potent reminders of the power of drawings
Foster + Partners brings neo-modern seriousness to museum addition, but is it enough?
At Deadline
Laurel wreaths; MAXXImum exposure; Department of the Interior
Studying the transformation of place in New York under the Bloomberg administration
Ricardo Cid's calendar design takes us back to square one
Little Black Book
Every architect has one. It may not be black, and it may not be little, but somewhere, every designer in the profession keeps a list of the names and numbers of his or her most trusted sources.