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IN THIS ISSUE 02_02.02.2005
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
At Deadline
Pre-fab Prouve
1951 Maison Tropicale to be rebuilt in New Haven
SMART Car Revolution
ZAP begins importing pop culture icon into the US
Downsizing Bayside
Northeast Queens neighborhood goes low density
Open: Bakery
Fluff by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis
Loft Loophole
East Williamsburg artist studios signal new wave of gentrification
Women's Rights
First round of grants for women's studies in architecture offered by Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation
Arthur Rosenblatt Dies at 73
Kevin Roche remembers a friend and colleague
Trampled Moss
Queens Museum dumps Eric Owen Moss; starts new architect search
Decent, Fit, and Green
Sustainable affordable housing plan announced
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
FEATURES:
Critics have long cried foul over the construction of malls in New York Cityys densest borough, and in recent years developers have dropped the term in favor of euphemisms like vertical retail environment.. Asks Deborah Grossberg, are the indoor shopping mazes rising up across town really a different breed?
REVIEWS:
A Nod to the New
MoMA's new architecture and design galleries
By Design, Redux
By Design: Why there are no locks on the bathroom doors in the Hotel Louis XIV and other object lessons by Ralph Caplan
Protest: Brad Lander
Don't zone out New York's working families
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