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IN THIS ISSUE 02_02.03.2004
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
At Deadline
An Arena Grows in Brooklyn
As Bruce Ratner buys the NJ Nets, he gtes one step closer to building a Gehry-designed arena
Mayor's Housing Initiatives
City announces incentive for investment
Students Strap on Their Tool Belts
New New York M.A.S.
Summer Sweat
Architecture Summer Programs: Useful or Useless?
Pratt Report Card
Steven Holl's first New York building still on track
Eavesdrop: Aric Chen
A Pritzker Prize-Worthy Snob, Storefront Warms Up...
Moss Still Growing in Queens
Feasibility of Queens Museum design under review
Reflecting Absence Unveiled
WTC Memorial challenges Libeskind masterplan
zeitgeist
S Buildings Multiplying
FEATURES:
New York City's Olympic bid committee, NYC 2012, has made some great design decisions including the choosing of finalists for it's Olympic Village. However as the very powerful private organization prepares to make its final push, Andrew Young asks, How much does the city really need the Olympics?
REVIEWS:
Pure Siza At Protetch
SIZA 5:50 at Max Protetch Gallery
Private Lives, Public Spaces
Private Jokes, Public Places, a play by Oren Safdie
School Design: Lessons From NJ
Architectural Life-forms
Foreign Office Architects: Breeding Architecture at Institute of Contemporary Art, London
Highrise Photography
Richard Misrach, On the Beach at Pace Wildenstein Gallery
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