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Joseph Giovannini

October 25, 2004 | Architecture Review
Modern Love

At the Cooper-Hewitt and Cooper Union, two exhibits highlight Modernism’s legacy—from bobby-pin necklaces to a wild cyclone of an atrium.

August 9, 2004 | Architecture Review
Tower Records

MoMA QNS’s “Tall Buildings” exhibit features thrilling international twists on the skyscraper. Why can’t Manhattan learn to think as big?

May 17, 2004 | Architecture Review
Flower Power

Just in time for spring, a new entrance gives the city’s most expansive garden a gateway commensurate with the glories inside.

May 2, 2004 | Architecture Review
Light Fantastic

A new entrance to the Brooklyn Museum and a plan to reinvent Lincoln Center’s north campus add sparkle and spaciousness to aging fortresses.

April 19, 2004 | Architecture Review
Tall Tales

The Skyscraper Museum settles down—in the spot where the city went vertical in the first place; modern times at the Cooper-Hewitt.

March 1, 2004 | Architecture Review
Twin Piques

Having designed a center that revels in the exuberant complexities of Columbus Circle, Time Warner’s architects stint on the details.

January 19, 2004 | Cityscape
Roots of Memory

Changes unveiled this week to Michael Arad’s bold, dignified design for the WTC memorial are likely to include more greenery—not necessarily a good idea.

December 22, 2003 | Architecture Review

Frank Gehry’s plan for Atlantic Avenue centers on a graceful raised arena for the Nets; a post-Gehry firm takes on Soho’s New Museum.

December 1, 2003 | The Culture Business
Memento Mori

Eight elegant proposals for a memorial at the World Trade Center honor the living as much as the victims of 9/11.

November 23, 2003 | Architecture Review
Mod World

Jean Prouvé’s modular creations upended mid-century design; Vito Acconci turns architecture into performance art.

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