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IN THIS ISSUE 01_01.20.2004
AIA Honors Best In the Nation
Local firms Thomas Phifer, Weiss/Manfredi, and W Architecture and Landscape Architecture among the winners
Peter's Stelae Still Up
Controversy over contractor's Nazi ties temporarily halts work on Berlin Holocaust Memorial
Jean-Louis Cohen Steps Down
Director of the Institute of French Architecture forced to resign
Eavesdrop: Aric Chen
I'll Take Dinner, Muschamp's Latest Scoop...
Building Permits Up- Then Down- in 2003
Quake Relief: Architects Needed
Solutions for emergency shelter sought in Iran
Curbside: Peter Slatin
Beating the Bug that Ate Brooklyn
Congress approves $23 million to help NYC save its trees from Asian longhorned beetle
The Centre Pompidou to Build New Branch in Metz
Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, Architectural League of New York...
Insurance Rates Jump
Most Likely To...
Accidents and Speeding Violations
At Deadline
Top Down
Practitioners rate architecture and interior design schools according to how their graduates fare in the marketplace
Farnsworth Saved, FLW Window Lost
Morphosis to Build in New York
Brits Take Back Hanover Square
Anish Kapoor to design garden's centerpiece
With clients' (and the public's) expectations rising after 9/11, Fred Bernstein finds that architectural animations are a tool designers can no longer pass up.
Brick Works
Masonry Variations at National Building Museum
Architecture without Architecture
Superstudio: Life Without Objects at Pratt Manhattan Gallery
Shoptalk: Craig Konyk
Public Realm: The New Scrutiny