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IN THIS ISSUE 18_11.02.2004
National Design Award Winners Announced
James Polshek and Rick Joy tie for architecture prize
DDC Guarantees Contracts to 33 Firms
RFP kicks off mayor's design excellence program
Jacques Derrida Dies at 74
Peter Eisenman remembers a friend
Philip Johnson Retires
After 60+ years of practice, the master calls it a day
WTC Museum designer is little known here, but not for long
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Through the Roof
Manhattan apartments
Downtown Park, Upstate Landscape
Teardrop Park opens
Roll Out the Barrel
Pork-laden tax bill will benefit architects and engineers
MTA Greens its Lines
Newly designed Roosevelt Station in Queens opens
Lot-EK installs TV-viewing pods in Jet Blue Terminal at JFK
Ashes to Ashes, Dust to...
Emotions dominate recent public hearing on Fresh Kills WTC Memorial
Streets Light Up
New streetlight design selected for NYC
At Deadline
With the real estate market up and public appreciation for design surging, residential buyers are willing to pay more for the cachet of a big-name architecttand developers are catering to the new demand. But are
Design and Art- Lovers, Twins, or Poor Cousins?
Josef and Anni Albers: Designs for Living at Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum
Where Past Meets Present
VIIIth International DOCOMOMO Conference in New York City
Navigating the Land
CityLand from Center for New York City Law