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IN THIS ISSUE 05_03.23.2005
Eran Ben-Joseph's new book, ReThinking a Lot: The Design and Culture of Parking, helps to raise the discourse on the ubiquitous parking lot.
Recycling Returns to the City
First Facility in Bloomberg's waste management initiative incorporates green design
West Side High
Gwathmey Siegel- designed highrise would be tallest in the village
New Local Light Lab
Pratt architecture professor establishes light research center
Competitive Edge
Cradle to cradle competition winners prepare to build
Crank Up the Volume
Wigley, Koolhaas, and Bouman launch bimonthly
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen.
Up, up, and Away
MVRDV light cloud combats winter blues
Open: Dance Center
Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater/ Joan Weill Center for Dance by Iu + Bibliowicz Architects
Drawing Board: CCNY School of Architecture
At Deadline
Though ethereal, light is one of architecturees most important materials. Whether natural or artificial, light can accentuate architectural genius, mask mistakes, grab attention, make a place feel sacred or safe. New lighting technology and educational programs are keys to keeping architecturees spark alive.
Reading Whiteread
The Art of Rachel Whiteread Chris Townsend, editor
A Stronger Euro
A10: New European Architecture Magazine
Eating Architecture
Emily Katrencik: Consuming 1.956 inches each day for forty-one days at LMAKproject
Shoptalk: Phillip G. Bernstein
Will architects become irrelevant?