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IN THIS ISSUE 12_10.02.2013
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MASS Design Group-designed facility helps solve Haiti's compromised water infrastructure.
Photographer Daniel Faust turns his camera on urban details in Morocco.
Celebrating 50 years of architectural practice, Richard Meier looks to build the future.
Paul Gunther explores the exhibition, William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain, at New York's Bard Graduate Center.
Structural engineers are exploring an unexpected material for high-rise construction, one that may have significant environmental benefits: wood. Chris Bentley bores in.
With new development in Boston, new cries for demolition of Brutalist city hall.
Alan G. Brake calls for a more holistic approach to building sustainable cities.
SHoP and BBB to remake long-vacant Lower East Side site.
Victoria Newhouse reviews the book Capital Culture, J. Carter Brown, the National Gallery of Art, and the Reinvention of the Museum Experience.
Wid Chapman Architects designs a new lounge along New York's East River.
Herzog & de Meuron's renovation of the Park Avenue Armory completed in New York.
SHoP Architects' new skinny skyscraper set to rise in Midtown Manhattan.
Historic Greystone Park Psychiatric Hospital under threat in New Jersey.
The teacher, poet, and South Bronx native died on September 11.
Morphosis Architects incorporates an innovative stainless steel facade screen to mitigate heat gain for new academic building.
Situ Studio adds a design lab to the New York Hall of Science.
Michael Van Valkenburgh's winding garden for the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum opens in Boston.
Snohetta unveils a light-filled library to lift civic spirits in Queens.
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