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IN THIS ISSUE 09_05.24.2006
Goldberger Steps Down as Dean
New Yorker architecture critic trades dean's job for professorship at Parsons
Bell Tolls for Saarinen
New owner plant to demolish historic bell laboratories in NJ
Spitzer Unveils Transport Plan
Candidate favors 2nd Ave subway, so-so on rail link to JFK
New Magazine To Launch
Ned Cramer named editor
Introducing our new Eavesdropper, Philip Nobel.
Village Guarded
Greenwich Village Historic District Expands
Open: Restaurant
Yama 49 by Masa Kaneko/YT Design
Old Glory's New Digs
National Museum of American History includes new home for the star spangled banner flag
Restoration's Drama
Bed-Stuy CDC waiting for city funds to revamp shopping mall
Maison De Verre's New Keeper
New York historian and patron buys Parisian landmark
Moynihan Station design revised and expanded
It's back to SOM for the Farley Building
For several years, the talk in the lighting world has been focused almost entirely on LEDs (light-emitting diodes) and their seemingly endless potential. While we may not be living in an all-LED world, the technology is being integrated more fully, economically, and convincingly into lighting fixtures and systems.
Fat Frenzy
In a Lonely Place at the Royal Institute for British Architects, All You Can Eat at the Royal Institute for British Architects, and Real Architecture: Fat at The Architecture Foundation
Tafuri's Long Wake
The Critical Legacies of Manfrdeo Tafuri at Columbia GSAPP and Irvin S. Chanin School of Architecture
City Views
Olive Barbieri: Site Specific at Yancey Richarson Gallery and The Metropolis View: 25 Yeras Through the Lens at The Art Directors Club
Q&A: Victoria Meyers
Homage: Laurie Kerr
Jane Jacobs' Galapagos