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Summer 2018: New York Past, Present, and Future

A publication of AIA New York, Volume 80, Issue 2. “New York Past, Present, Future” design by Pentagram: Natasha Jen/Javier Arizu.

Table of Contents
Articles & News
Letter from the Editor
The Long View
by Molly Heintz
Contributors
At the Center
Oculus Book Talk
In Print
Greater Gotham
by Mike Wallace
In Print
Built
by Roma Agrawal; Reviews by Stanley Stark, FAIA
At the Center
Events and Exhibitions
Letter from the Executive Director
15 Years at the Center
by Benjamin Prosky, Assoc. AIA
Features
Opener
New York Past, Present, Future
Radical Remix
Brave new approaches to preservation are using the past as a palette.
by Sam Lubell
Waterfront Rising
In recent decades, New York's historically hardworking shoreline has transformed to redefine the city for the 21st century.
by Stephen Zacks
Origins of Green
Today New York City is a leader in sustainable building and practice, but the decades-old history of its pioneering role in green design often goes untold.
by Laurie Kerr, FAIA, LEED AP, and Roger Platt
OP-EDS
Taking Stock
New York architecture leaders comment on where we've been, where we're going, and what makes them hopeful about the future.
Not-So-Smart City
In the face of extreme weather, we're still dancing at the water's edge.
by Karrie Jacobs
Sauve Qui Peut
"Everyone for themselves!" is the dystopian destiny of an unsustainable city.
by Michael Sorkin
Timelines
1990s
2000s
2010s
by Margaret Arbanas and David Knowles

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