September 2021: Education Issue

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September 2021: Education Issue

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September 2021: Education Issue

This month, the country marked the 20th anniversary of 9/11. The geopolitical landscape shifted on that day, but the architectural landscape changed, too. The public discussion about what to do with Ground Zero attracted the world’s attention, but the plans and buildings that ultimately resulted from that discourse proved to be a mixed bag. In our cover story, Sharon Zukin mulls what has (and hasn’t) changed about New York since 2001 (page 41), while Sydney Franklin contemplates the future of the World Trade Center in a post-office world (page 43). Also in this issue, we debut a new section of the newspaper called Anthology. The recurring column, which features critical takes on significant buildings around the country, kicks off with a review of OMA’s new Wilshire Temple pavilion in Los Angeles (pages 26). Lastly, we welcome the new school year with a deep-dive into education products (page 44).

Also included:

  • Sasaki’s extensive renovation of Boston City Hall Plaza is moving along
  • Q&A: New architecture deans talk to AN
  • Dispatch: On Turkey’s neoliberal architecture
  • Case study: Harvard’s new Science and Engineering Complex
  • In Construction: Sendero Verde in East Harlem
  • Studio Visit: MOS Architects
  • Review: Exhibit Columbus 2021
  • Review: Noguchi: Useless Architecture
  • Pictorial: University of Oklahoma’s midcentury legacy
  • “Diary,” the monthly news roundup from around the country