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Global Urban Design 2012

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In a few weeks, ground-breaking will begin on the far West Side. The project: Hudson Yards, the largest real-estate development ever undertaken in the city's history, an enormous mini-metropolis whose planning might have left even Robert Moses dumbstruck. Here, our architecture critic Justin Davidson takes an exclusive look at what all New York will one day enjoy, critique, and gawk at. The project got us thinking big, too. In fact, it seemed like a natural jumping-off point for an issue surveying bigness in design: from the palatial (a 10,763-square-foot house in Paris with a basement swimming pool) to the communal (twelve roommates in one loft in Bushwick). read more [+]


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