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IN THIS ISSUE 07_04.20.2004
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Battling Esplanades
Attempts to soften a grimy strip in Queens Plaza tun into trouble
NY Invasion
Landscape architects come for the culture and stay for the work
So Many High Lines, So Little Time
Philly is the latest with an elevated line to preserve
Paul Goldberger Named Dean of Parsons
Architecture critic to lead design school
Garden Variety
Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer designs new "greenhouses" for the Bronx Botanical Garden
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Russel Wright Renovation
The designer's home opens to the public
Curbside: Peter Slatin
On the Waterfront
Progress report on NYC's waterfront parks
Ikea in Red Hook
Store would bring not just affordable furnishings but jobs and a waterfront park
Pierre Koening Dies at the Age of 78
Memorial to British Victims
Anish Kapoor sculpts a hidden column of light
At Deadline
FEATURES:
Once the worldds largest landfill, Fresh Kills is on its way to becoming the cityys newest playground. Aric Chen reports on how a concept becomes a master plan.
REVIEWS:
Critique of Critical Regionalism
Critical Regionalism: Architecture and Identity in a Globalized World by Liane Lefaivre and Alexander Tzonis
Case Open
Open: New Designs for Public Space ed. by Raymond W. Gastil and Zoe Ryan
Ocean Going
Adaptations at apexart
Shoptalk: Signe Nielsen
Post 9/11, Open Space takes on New Importance
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