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IN THIS ISSUE 18_11.02.2005
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Scottich Parliament wins Stirling Prize
Miralles and Tagliabue's last collaboration named the best building in Britain
This Land is Your Land
Femavilles downsized
Water, Ice, and Something Nice
New pool and skating rink for Flusing Meadows Corona Park
Devils Decamp to Newark
New hockey facility the centerpiece of city's downtown redevelopment project
National Design Award Winners Named
The latest dirt from our very own gossip columnist, Aric Chen
Open: Library
Slide Library at Columbia University
Drawing Board: 2 Columbus Circle
2 Columbus Circle lets the light in
Louvre Lens In Focus
Museum satellite goes to international team
Street Wise
Civic-minded architects bring improvements to Chinatown's streets
Honors
AIA Fellows, Boston Society of Architects, National Trust for Historic Preservation...
At Deadline
Edmund Gacon Dies at 95
Thought Bubbles
Renegade stickering subverts adverts
FEATURES:
With New York City's real estate boom, few parcels of land have been overlooked. Even the cityys tiny infill lots have become hot propertyyand the perfect sites for reinvigorating the town house type. According to architect and town house expert Alexander Gorlin, these narrow and long residences are the building blocks of the city.
The local chapter resurrects its housing award program. As Anna Holtzman discovers, this yearrs jury champions affordability.
REVIEWS:
The Global Housing Questions
Four Conversations: The Columbia Housing Studio and New York City at Columbia University
House Keeping
Japan Houses by Marica Iwatate and Geehta K. Mehta, Modern Japanese Houses by Naomi Pollack, Creating the New American Town House by Alexander Gorlin, and House Plus: Imaginative Ideas for Extending Your Home by Phyllis Richardson
Art Revival
Robert Smithson and Floating Island at Whitney Museum of American Art, Odd Lots: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark's Fake Estates at Queens Musem of Art
New Focus
Art + Commerce: 2005 Festival of Emerging Photographers
Safety Nets
Fiona Raby's Design for Fragile Personalities in Fragile Times
The Puppet Theater
Frente Feroz in Harlem
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