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Joseph Giovannini

October 20, 2003 | Architecture Review
Disappearing Act

Daniel Libeskind’s plan for ground zero was the people’s choice, but the architect has been virtually neutralized by commercial forces.

July 21, 2003 | Architecture Review
Lost in Space

A Soho exhibition of Zaha Hadid’s work reveals an architect who is shaking up the way we experience architecture.

June 2, 2003 | Architecture Review
Sophomore Jinx

Like its predecessor, the Cooper-Hewitt’s second triennial exhibition is all over the design map; this time, however, the curators fail to come up with a coherent theme.

May 5, 2003 | Architecture Review
Into the Wood

In a historic Hudson Valley setting, architect Frank Gehry works his ethereal design magic with a new performing-arts center for Bard College.

April 7, 2003 | New York Magazine's 35th Anniversary
Space Invaders

The eight worst buildings to have blighted our skyline.

March 17, 2003 | Architecture Review
Blithe Spirits

The Whitney offers a mid-career retrospective of Diller + Scofidio, architects whose hallmark is unabashed modernism--with a great sense of humor.

March 10, 2003 | Feature
Winner Takes What?

Now that he’s got the nod to rebuild ground zero, Daniel Libeskind must fight for his ideas.

February 17, 2003 | Feature
Site Unseen

The two final plans for rebuilding ground zero may seem like a triumph of design, but in fact they're a triumph for developers.

January 13, 2003 | Feature
Vision Quests

The new trade center must meet our need for a powerful memorial, a vibrant streetscape, and a brilliant skyline. Luckily, we have plans that do each, if not all.

October 21, 2002 | Architecture Review
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