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IN THIS ISSUE 03_03.06.2013
Steven Vance appeals to architects for help advancing sustainable transportation options in the built environment.
Leeser Architecture adding a multifaceted tower to the Brooklyn Downtown Cultural District.
Jeffrey Hogrefe reviews Jill Stoners new book, Towards a Minor Architecture.
An alternative proposal for the growth of NYU.
Ian Volner explores micro-apartments' big promise of living small at the Museum of the City of New York.
AN's editors talk to this year's Architectural League list of young firms to watch.
Alan G. Brake finds a sense of optimism and engagement among young architecture practices.
Tijuana firm delivers Mexican modernism on a budget.
New York firm infuses projects with elements to challenge and enrich spatial experiences.
Schemes by Dattner and WXY compete to save Manhattan's Pier 40.
Liberty and Ellis Islands' pavilions hang in watery limbo.
Checking in with an important voice in New York's architecture scene since 1976.
Los Angeles- and Paris-based landscape artists craft dreamy scenes steeped in cultural meaning.
Mexico City-based firm weaves together eclectic experiences into their design process.
Philadelphia-based generalist practice uses collaboration to find potent ideas and generate form.
San Francisco-based firm thrives on the tension between code requirements and formal experimentation.
New draft report suggests ways to protect against rising tides in New York City.
Selldorf Architects uses light to organize the interior of a distinctive Chelsea art space.
New York landscape architect expanding the role of the profession through civic engagement.
Boston-based architecture firm uses design to affect social change.
Steven Holl takes a surgical approach to expand the Kennedy Center.
Robert Rubin restoring a monumental Buckminster Fuller dome.
Major redevelopment could give Silver Spring, MD a new transit-oriented center.