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IN THIS ISSUE 06_04.04.2012
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NEWS:
Lawsuit yet another blow for developer of problematic Williamsburg site.
Details for Seward Park mixed-use renewal released.
Competition seeks ideas for the next 100 years of parks.
Deborah Berke & Partners' new arts center for SUNY Fredonia complements surrounding I.M. Pei structures.
A new initiative will improve New York City's stormwater management infrastructure.
Studios GO transforms an old hat warehouse into The Clock Cafe & Martini Bar.
New director of the Philip Johnson Glass House to revive networking at the fabled retreat.
William Menking on the future of the design industry in New York.
After years of politics and planning, community building, false starts, and new beginnings, the transformation of the far Manhattan's West Side in the 30s is underway.
St. John the Divine unveils latest development proposal.
Guy Horton looks into a world of bubble-shaped buildings in No Nails, No Lumber.
Pier Into the Future
Field operations wins competition to make over chicago's navy pier.
Eavesdrop> Isadora Mullion
Punkin' donut; Deja lu?; Laying golden eggs.
Control Group
New bath interfaces dial up the options for customization.
At Deadline
Princeton calling zaera-polo; Wtc Performing arts in the wings?; Waterfront making waves
Kenneth Frampton on The Future of Architecture since 1889: A Worldwide History.
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