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IN THIS ISSUE 20_12.11.2006
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
Open
Boutique: Issey Miyake
At Deadline
Brooklyn's New Head Planner
Purnima Kapur to lead DCPPs Brooklyn office
Waterworlds
For a History Channel competition, architects imagine New York, Chicago, and LA in 2106
In Detail
Schermerhorn House Cantilever System
Field Operations Wins in New Jersey, Syracuse
Firm scores two major commissions, with schemes that blend landscape architecture and urban planning
Open
Library: Horticultural Society of New York
Cyclists Get Street Cred
DOT rolls out 200 miles of bike lanes across New York City
All Mod Kahns
Yale University Art Gallery reopens after a two-year overhaul
Atlantic Yards Clears Another Hurdle
Brooklyn's controversial megaproject shrinks
Domus Lands a New Editor
Flavio Albanese to replace Stefano Boeri
Spitzer Gets Moving
Transit issues will come to fore in new administration
Donald Goes Downtown
Preservationists concerned about the impact
Terminal Fate
RFP Issued for reuse of Saarinen icon
FEATURES:
A Slow to Change Industry
Q&A: Cecil Balmond
Holiday Gift Books/Notable Monographs
Super Modeling
For the last several decades, architecture has seen much more emphasis on its artistic rather than technical aspects. But changes are afoot, and they are coming from a suprising quarter: the software tools that define a process known as building information modeling, or BIM. Can BIM help reintegrate architecture's various facets and its allied fields?
REVIEWS:
The Upside of Sprawl?
Robert Bruegmann Sprawl: A Compact History
Met Hits High Note
Metropolitan Opera 200662007 Season
Little Magazines, Big Time
Discrimination: A Log Discussion on Architectural Judgement
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