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IN THIS ISSUE 07_04.20.2011
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Sixteen acres, ten years, two voids, first fruits: Memorial takes shape at the World Trade Center.
B Brian Atwood by Sebastian L. Agneessens
NYC Planning presses for 23-block makeover of a desolate stretch of lower Manhattan
Opponents battle condos and hotel in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
For AIA Billings Index, it's the turtle not the hare.
Vera Sacchetti discusses the 2011 Pritzker laureate.
Owner of artist haven will demolish and develop.
Is it time to return to a more meaningful sort of discussion about architecture?
Vera Sacchetti's exclusive interview for AN with the 2011 Pritzker Prize-winner.
Worms by Family and PlayLab win Storefront's StreetFest competition debuting May 7.
Shift Boston's barge competition reimagines the city's sluggish waterfront.
Phil Patton on Aerotropolis: The Way We'll Live Next by John D. Kasarda and Greg Lindsay
Secret Garden
Zumthor taps planting designer to collaborate on 2011 Serpentine Pavilion.
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
The good, the bad, and the Viioly; Turning the tables.
Is Wright Wrong on Chandigarh?
KlingStubbins' terraced Weld Hill building is nestled into the hillside.
Markus Dochantschi practices a holistic approach to architecture.
Product> Raise the Roof
At Deadline
Lion Lauded; Forward Marsh; Emergency Measures
Marion Manley: Miami's First Woman Architect by Catherine Lynn and Carie Penabad
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