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  1. cityscape
    The Shed at Hudson Yards Stays Half-True to Its Radical RootsWhether it busts out of tameness is up to the programmers.
  2. cityscape
    Growing Out of the ’60s: The Ford Foundation Building Gets RenewedPlantings that work, restored mid-century credenzas — and, finally, wheelchair access that’s not through the back.
  3. urban planning
    Nashville Is Supposed to Be the Model Walkable 21st-Century City. Not Quite.A walkable downtown that’s still pretty car-dependent.
  4. urban design
    Behold the Next New Astor PlaceIt survived riots and punks. How about low-key plazas and cute NYU kids?
  5. architecture
    Can We Get Development in Bushwick Right?At the Rheingold site, ODA tries to balance the needs and wants of rich and poor alike.
  6. architecture
    What You’re Really Seeing From the 100th Floor of One World Trade CenterAt the highest high, it’s a great, complicated metropolis. 
  7. The New Whitney Building Is OpenThe architect mistakes virtue for personality.
  8. Why Frank Gehry’s Fondation Louis Vuitton Building Is a MasterpieceBut you have to see it to understand it.
  9. architecture
    Who Wants a Supertall Skyline? The Emerging Aesthetic of the 1,000-Foot TowerDozens of supertall buildings are being built or planned. If we avert our gaze, we’ll get a bundle of glass stakes fencing off the air above ­Manhattan.
  10. architecture
    In Praise of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Midwestern Design VirtuesHe was the rare architect who felt landscape in his bones and whose buildings improve on nature.
  11. A Visit to the Top of the World Trade CenterFour World Trade Center is done; One World Trade, nearly so.