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IN THIS ISSUE 12_07.12.2006
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
At Deadline
Koolhaas' Big Blow Up
Summer pavilion at the Serpentine Gallery is Rem Koolhaas' first structure in the U.K.
Open
Restaurant: Chinatown Brasserie
New leadership for Parsons
Parsons The New School for Design announces new appointments
In Construction: TKTS Ticket Booth
Shading Places
OBRA Architect's beatfuse! Inagurates P.S. 1's Summer warm up series
West 8's Northern Win
Rotterdam landscape firm to redevelop Toronto waterfront
Open
Design Showroom: Pelicano
East River waterfront spurs squabbles
Civic groups air concerns over city's east river waterfront plans
Green and Lean in The Bronx
City launches competition for affordable green housing
NYC sets sustainability standards
Department of education adopts efficiency standards for New School construction
Scarano Under Fire
City investigates prolific Brooklyn architect on charges of 159 building infractions
MoMA Names Barry Bergdoll
FEATURES:
Summertime, and the reading is easy... Well, in theory. They might not be beach material, but these new reads should keep you booked till fall.
Archi-Tours
Architecture Now!
Everywhere all at once
Grand Prix
Get Off My Cloud: Wolf D. Prix, Coop Himmelb(l)au, Texts 1968-2005
The Price Is Right
Cedric Price: Retriever: Annotations 7
Hiding in Plain Sight
Nearest Thing To Heaven: The Empire State Building and American Dreams
Junk Culture
Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America
Unmixed Greens
Ecological Architecture: A Critical History
REVIEWS:
The Sounds of Space
Solos: Matali Crasset
Curves Ahead
American Streamlined Design: The World of Tomorrow
Wood Spirit
From Wood to Architecture
Protest: D. Grahame Shane
Pataki's Messy Legacy
Critique: Rick Bell
WTC Memorial Redux
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