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IN THIS ISSUE 06_05.07.2014
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Jenna M. McKnight checks in to four contemporary hospitality projects.
Feature> Hospitality
Rockwell Group filters its signature theatrical style through the magic of Hawaii.
Deborah Berke mixes hospitality with gallery in this Bentonville lodging.
Tara Bernerd & Partners hammers out a rough luxury in view of Lake Michigan.
Roman and Williams hearkens back to the glamour of old New York.
William Menking covers the opening of New York's new Center for Italian Modern Art.
Carlos Brillembourg relates his 1990 meeting with Oscar Niemeyer.
Scott Henson Architect preserves the marks of time on an industrial facade in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Molly Heintz offers her views on the Italian Futurism show at the Guggenheim Museum.
Slender skyscraper by KPF coming to Manhattan's 22nd Street.
Alan G. Brake argues the city should regulate the new supertall residential towers.
Mapos has designed a contemporary yet rustic Italian restaurant on the Upper East Side.
Eva Branscome considers the legacy of the visionary architect.
SCAD creates sustainable micro-apartments inside an Atlanta parking garage.
The Living Lot
SCAD creates sustainable micro-apartments inside an Atlanta parking garage.
The so-called +Pool proposed for New York's East River could actually happen.
BKSK's warping tribute to Soho's cast-iron history.
Philly's architecture critic wins journalism's highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize.
Safety measures implemented in several New York City boroughs.
Asymptote Architecture undertakes a cultural master plan in Italy.
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