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December 22, 2003
Hoopla

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.

November 23, 2003
Mod World

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

October 20, 2003
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
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
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
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.

March 17, 2003
Blithe Spirits

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

October 21, 2002
In Brief
July 22, 2002
Ramping It Up

MoMA QNS

July 8, 2002
Site Unseen

Ground Zero
The commission of a master plan for the World Trade Center site.

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