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IN THIS ISSUE 17_10.19.2011
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NEWS:
Taiwanese architect receives top Curry Stone social design award.
Jean-Louis Cohen reflects on French architect who advanced 20th century urban discourse.
John Pawson pays his respect to Wren's St. Paul's Cathedral.
As interactive software catches on, the city invites the public to play.
William Menking on the Stirling Prize and the future of architectural awards.
A sustainable convent in Harlem.
John Hill on DASH: Delft Architectural Studies on Housing and the reinvigoration of residential architecture.
John Ronan Architects finely crafts light, materials, and space to create a prototype high school for Chicago.
Take the Low Line
Abandoned underground tracks a future as bright as the High Line's.
Feature> Spotlight: Claremont University
LTL Architects uses light to transform a maintenance building into vibrant offices.
Petra Blaisse creates an artful curtain for Machado and Silvetti's new Chazen Museum lobby.
Foster and Partners masterfully controls natural light at the newly opened Art of the Americas Wing.
Steven Holl uses light to help defy gravity in China.
Light Touch
Herzog & De Meuron Peel Back Layers of Time at the Park Avenue Armory.
Bank On It
A Loophole for Manny Hanny?
Murphy/Jahn and Lichtplanung create an unobtrusive lighting scheme for the University of Chicago's glass-domed reading room.
Stephen Bayley delivers Pomo its death blow.
Occupying Wall Street at the public-private frontier.
Tashan by Winka Dubbeldam and Archi-Tectonics.
FEATURES:
John Ronan Architects finely crafts light, materials, and space to create a prototype high school for Chicago.
Foster and Partners masterfully controls natural light at the newly opened Art of the Americas Wing.
Steven Holl uses light to help defy gravity in China.
Murphy/Jahn and Lichtplanung create an unobtrusive lighting scheme for the University of Chicago's glass-domed reading room.
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