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IN THIS ISSUE 02_12.08.2003
CONTENTS:
NEWS:
De-Landmarking Slows Columbia's Expansion Plans
Eavesdrop: Aric Chen
Vitra's New Water Table, Videotape Gone Missing...
Tunnel Vision
Skyscraper Museum Opening Delayed Again
Guggenheim Franchise Expands
While Jean Nouvel's Museum in Rio stalls, Zaha Hadid's Project in Taichung goes ahead
At Deadline
For Sale: Mies and More
Architecture Soldiers on in Chicago
Color-Coded Design
Rowe Steps Down
Power Struggle
Conflicts over proposal for a new power station in Brooklyn.
British Invasion
NYC swoons over Brit Architects
New Museum Gets New Museum
FEATURES:
Memorial Muddle
The WTC Memorial is the largest- and most disappointing- in the history of design competitions. Will the LMDC name a winner, as planned, asks Cathy Lang Ho, or will it respond to the ruckus and reevaluate?
Good House Keepers
Common Ground is creating a new type of "flophouse" on the Bowery. John E. Czarnecki reports on the winners of the First Step Housing competition.
REVIEWS:
Lesson Plan
Architecture, History, Pedagogy at MIT School of Architecture
Shoptalk: James Way
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