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IN THIS ISSUE 15_09.21.2004
What Went Right
The AGA Khan Trust for culture rescues ancient Muslim cities
Mission Statement
Gwathmey Siegel's U.S. mission to the UN proceeds
National Museum of the American Indian opens
Will controversy over credit blow over with time?
Shout It Out
Supersized megaphone in Foley Sqaure encourages people to speak their minds
Another Detour for Penn Station?
House chomps at Penn Station budget
From Deep Space to Office Space
A series of architect-designed lighting fixtures brings NASA know-how down to earth
Mexican Masterpiece Becomes a Monument
Luis Barragan's house and studio designated world heritage site
Curbside: Peter Slatin
Brooklyn's Newest Landmark
Architect's rooftop office echoes Manhattan Bridge
Frederick Kiesler Prize, New York Council Society of American Registered Architects...
30 Under 30
Municipal Art Society identifies 30 "Future Landmarks"
At Deadline
Eero Saarinenns last work, the TWA Terminal at JFK, will soon enjoy a second, temporary life as a Kunsthalle. And after thattwho knows? As Cathy Lang Ho reports, the future of the modernist masterpiece is as open as the sky. Photography by Dean Kaufman.
On Sight
Uta Barth by Pamela M. Lee, Matthew Higgs, and Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe
K-Town of Tomorrow
Beyond 32nd Street: New Visions of Koreatown in Manhattan at Gallery Korea
Celebrating the Subway
Subway Style: 100 Years of Architecture & Design in the New York City Subway by Jospeh Giovannini and Andrew Garn
Protest: Michael Henry Adams
Save Historic Harlem