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IN THIS ISSUE 05_04.10.2013
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Lighting designers are applying the skills of their profession to further the goals of urban design, creating safer, more stimulating, and better functioning cities.
The National Building Museum explores the historic work of the Guastavino Company at the intersection of architecture and technology.
New York-based firm employs a business-centric approach to design.
SCI-Arc exhibition A Confederacy of Heretics explores work from Thom Mayne's Architecture Gallery in Venice.
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson uses massing to bring identity to Philadelphia's newest commercial building, 15th and Walnut.
Anthony Vidler remembers the venerated architect and educator.
Give Madison Square Garden a 10 year lease renewal, not a permanent one, urges Alan G. Brake.
Brooklyn-based studio hOmE designs a Scandinavian beer bar using a kaleidoscope of wood.
New York City Council trades taller buildings for public space.
Three well-known scribes land new platforms for debate.
New York City Housing Authority to lease public housing lots to developers.
New facilities landing on New York's Sandy-ravaged beaches.
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