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IN THIS ISSUE 06_04.06.2011
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In its heyday, the Institute for Architecture and Urban Studies felt like the center of the architectural universe. An insider recalls its sprawling ideas, visceral debates, and personal high jinx.
Boathouse Hullabaloo
New York University to spread over two million square feet around I'M Pei's Silver Towers site.
Mayor Bloomberg releases ten-year plan for city's 'sixth borough.'
Famed development tries again in changed economic climate.
Planning for the future has always been an elusive endeavor.
New law requires report on energy consumption.
Defunct Williamsburgh Savings to become catering hall and arts venue.
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Unveiled> Amanora Apartment City
M.A.C. Wonder Woman Pop-up Store
Hopkind Architects with Payette and MVVA create a machine in a garden at Princeton University.
Architects explore new hybrid surgical suites.
Kevin Roche: Architecture as Environment at the Yale School of Architecture.
The Scenes of the Street and Other Essays by Anthony Vidler
The challenges and rewards of designing supportive housing.
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