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IN THIS ISSUE 05_03.23.2004
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
A New Kind of Luxury Skybox
Santiago Calatrava designs residential tower in Lowr Manhattan
At Deadline
Turtle-Friendly Glass
Fully Glazed
SANAA designs a showcase for and of glass
Curbside: Peter Slatin
Glass Act
Joel Berman Glass Studios launches "ready-to-wear" glass line
Eavesdrop: Aric Chen
Muschamp's Claims on Ground Zero, Starck: I've Had It...
Houston Street Revival
Downtown's primary crosstown thoroughfare is trading parking lots and gas stations for new architectural developments
Big Plans for the City
Led by Amanda Burden, the Dept. of City Planning is the brains behind NYC's economic development
Daniel Urban Kiley Dies at 91
And the losers are...
Online WTC Memorial exhibition reveals the 5,200 who didn't land the commission of a lifetime
FEATURES:
The Ultimate Ride
Coney Island gets a new subway station- the most technologically progressive in the MTA system and the first real advance along the boardwalk since the Wonder Wheel. Anne Guiney takes us to the end of the line.
REVIEWS:
Hardworking Buildings
Baumschlager & Eberle Architects: Or Regional and International Projects, 1996-2002 at Cooper Union
Bringing Back Breuer
Marcel Breuer: Design and Architecture at Vitra Design Museum in Germany
Shoptalk: Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter
Extra Credit: Tax Treat
Light Reading
Falling Glass: Problems and Solutions in Contemporary Architecture by Patrick Loughran and The Light Construction Reader ed. by Todd Gannon
Cabinet of Curiousity
Richard Barnes: Animal Logic at Henry Urbach Architecture
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