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Joseph Giovannini

March 5, 2001 | Art Review
Design For Working

Workspheres at MoMA

January 15, 2001 | Art Review
The "X" Men

A proposal to have New York host the 2012 Olympics is terrifically ambitious in its use of the entire city. So why is the initial architectural plan merely second-rate?

December 11, 2000 | Art Review
Public Access

Part of Pat Moynihan's legacy is his championing of public spaces -- and it's one aspect of her new job to which Senator-elect Clinton brings real experience.

November 27, 2000 | Architecture Review
Lost in Space

Frank Gehry and David Childs
Architects' plan for the New York Times headquarters.

November 13, 2000 | The City Politic
Seat Happens

Masterpieces From the Vitra Design Museum: Furnishing the Modern Era Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution; through February 4.

October 23, 2000 | Art Review
The Great Gadfly

Alexander Girard splashed the gray face of postwar minimalism with a riot of color and infused modernist intellectual design with the giddy warmth of folk art.

October 9, 2000 | Art Review
Ardor in the Court

Richard Meier's expansive, light-suffused design for the U.S. Courthouse in Islip is as passionate about modernism as it is about democracy itself.

September 11, 2000 | Art Review
Liquid Assets

A stolid pedestrian ramp at the NYSE is transformed with the luminous fluidity of a data stream; wrong turn at the Crossroads of the World.

August 21, 2000 | The City Politic
The Inn Crowd

Four new name-brand hotels reveal -- for better or worse -- the influence of boutique design on the mainstream; the new show at P.S. 1 is a screen gem.

July 17, 2000 | Art Review
Most of That Jazz

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill finally offers a plan for Columbus Circle that emboldens one of the city's great intersections -- but does it go far enough?

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