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IN THIS ISSUE 13_07.27.2011
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Brookfield will preserve the World Financial Center's Grand Staircase designed by Cesar Pelli.
Chelsea tower comes back to life.
Voiture Minimum: Le Corbusier and the Automobile by Antonio Amado.
New York architect aims high at enlightened development in China.
As the profession adapts to new digital technologies, academics must retool their roles.
Rogers Marvel secures competition to revamp White House park.
Will MLK Memorial open to more controversy in Washington, D.C.?
Architects cope with rising commodities prices.
New developer on the block fosters a respect for architects.
Feature> Class Struggle (Part 2 of 2)
Mapping higher education as a potent force of development across the city, now and in the future. Essay by Mitchell Moss.
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Eavesdrop>Isadora Mullion
A replica theater by Bennetts Associates will show Shakespeare in the belly of New York's Park Avenue Armory.
Restaurant designer created famed eateries across the U.S.
This year's Serpentine Pavilion, more cloister than cocktail party.
The Pruitt-Igoe Myth examines the human story behind the infamous housing project.
The Nolitan by Grzywinski + Pons in New York.
Three blocks of esplanade finally open on the East River.
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Mapping higher education as a potent force of development across the city, now and in the future. Essay by Mitchell Moss.
Feature> Class Struggle (Part 2 of 2)
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