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IN THIS ISSUE 12_07.06.2011
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D.C. zoning allows for rail yard decking.
The City of New York must embrace design for the industry to thrive.
Showrooms and exhibits contend with site-specific issues that make them ideal for experimenting with materials, technology, and planning.
Zaha Hadid designs new wing for the Serpentine in Kensington Gardens.
Architecture Omi's Augmented Reality installation opens July 9
MAXXI's own Young Architects Program winners transform Zaha Hadid's museum.
Opposition to Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial spawns competition for something classical.
Move over Mütter, Yale School of Medecine has a new museum of brains.
Challenging conventional design, two brothers celebrate the interplay of opposites.
At Deadline
There's more to new concrete than meets the eye.
Designing Tomorrow: America's World's Fairs of the 1930s at the National Building Museum.
Dieter Rams: As Little Design As Possible by Sophie Lovell.
Architecture as Revolution: Episodes in the History of Modern Mexico by Luis E. Carranza.
Pride in detail at the People's Palace.
Super Shed
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