December 2008 Table of Contents

Features
Prepared for Takeoff

Constructed next to Eero Saarinen's historic TWA terminal, and respectful of it, the new JetBlue Terminal 5 is as operational as it is elegant. Read more

How Are You Feeling?How Are You Feeling?

ARCHITECT's 2008 Confidence Survey reveals a profession very nervous about its present and near future. Read more

Projects of the Year

Seven critics from around the country nominate their favorite buildings of 2008. Read more

Year of the DragonYear of the Dragon

With the Olympics behind it, what does the future hold for China? Read more

Flip a StripFlip a Strip

The Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art's Flip a Strip design competition was perfectly timed. Read more

Whither Suburbia

Joel Kotkin and Christopher Leinberger offer different responses to the question of whether 2008 spelled the end of the suburban dream. Read more

Palladio at 500Palladio at 500

It's been half a millennium since Andrea Palladio's birth. Is he still relevant to architecture? Read more

HABS at 75HABS at 75

The Historic American Buildings Survey stays relevant three-quarters of a century after its creation. Read more

The Seagram at 50The Seagram at 50

Would Phyllis Lambert commission the Seagram Building again if she had the chance? Read more

Visible ManVisible Man

David Adjaye's rise as the first black starchitect offers the possibility of success to all. Read more

Temple StandoffTemple Standoff

The 11th century Khmer temple Preah Vihear gets caught in a geopolitical struggle. Read more

Mommie DearestMommie Dearest

Build all the LEED buildings you want - climate change is already happening. Meet the new enemy, Mother Nature. Read more

Il Maestro

Renzo Piano Workshop has become the McKim, Mead, and White of the 21st century. Read more

EekonomyEekonomy

A look at four quarters' worth of worsening economic indicators. Read more

The Comeback KidThe Comeback Kid

Adrian Smith didn't want to retire. Turns out his clients didn't want him to, either. Read more

Peak OilPeak Oil

Can green design and thoughtful urbanism save Dubai? Read more

Deferred Maintenance

The U.S. hasn't done an adequate job of keeping its national house in good working condition. Read more

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