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IN THIS ISSUE 19_11.16.2004
Minority Architects Honor Their Own
Winners of NOMA's award winners announced at NYC conference
Trash Talk
Bloomberg proposes long-term garbage plan for NYC
In A New Light
Polshek partnership remakes NY Hall of Science
Gehry Takes Manhattan
Santa Monica architect has 5 local projects, and counting
World Trade Windfall
Nearly 50 architecture and design projects have risen from the ashes of the World Trade Center. How does it all add up?
Gone Fishing
Modern Architecture's Prime Portraitist Dies at 89
Ezra Stoller redefined architectural photography
Wright Resurrected
1928 Mausoleum design realized, part of Buffalo's FLW Revival
Business Week/Architectural Records Awards, 2004 Architecture Web Site Award...
Holzer Flying High
NYC skies and landmarks are backdrops for Holzer's truisms
Far and Away
One architect's struggle to build a single-family house in Far Rockaway
Housing Aid on the Way
Nonprofit founded by James Rouse commits $1 billion to affordable housing
At Deadline
One big ideaaand thousands of small decisionssare behind any significant architectural project. In the case of the Museum of Modern Art, reopening this week, local firm Kohn Pedersen Fox was responsible for translating Yoshio Taniguchiis minimalist concept into a buildable construction. Herees a sampling of technical solutions that, while invisible, are integral to the museumms new image and experience.
State of Change
Fun Palace Berlin 200X at Volksaplast in Berlin
Making Preservation Mainstream
National Preservation Conference in Louisville, Kentucky
Cuba's Modern Movement
Architecture and Revolution in Cuba, 1959-1969 at Storefront for Art and Architecture