July 2008 Table of Contents

Features
Best in Show

It was back to basics at this year's Milan Furniture Fair, with a bumper crop of hardworking wooden chairs. But other trends, such as perforated and woven metal and creased and folded surfaces, added texture to the show. Read more

Art Is Hell Art Is Hell

In Manhattan, Matthews Architects marries industry to nature at the Hell's Kitchen home of an arts nonprofit. Read more

Plan ahead, be objective, and stick to your strengths. Tales From the Downturn: Part 2 Plan ahead, be objective, and stick to your strengths.

Design-business consultant Jack Reigle doles out some strategic advice: Plan ahead, be objective, and stick to your strengths. Read more

On the Links On the Links

Near Fayetteville, Ark., Marlon Blackwell brings clean, contemporary design to an unexpected building type: the golf clubhouse. Read more

The Next Starbucks

As the global coffee chain mulls big changes, five teams of architects present their ideas for a 21st century "third place." Read more

Projects

474 Natoma 474 Natoma

Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects

Marshall Family Performing Arts Center Marshall Family Performing Arts Center

Weiss/Manfredi Architecture/Landscape/Urbanism

416-420 Kent 416-420 Kent

ODA New York

Augmented Tides Augmented Tides

California College of the Arts

Inverted Ecologies Inverted Ecologies

California College of the Arts

The Art of Eco The Art of Eco

University of Washington

Banding for KNOWLEDGE Banding for KNOWLEDGE

University of Texas at San Antonio

Creativity Sustaining Community Creativity Sustaining Community

University of Maryland

TETHER TETHER

University of Oregon

The Living Link The Living Link

Iowa State University

Regenerating Water Avenue Regenerating Water Avenue

University of Oregon

NuernbergMesse Hall 3A NuernbergMesse Hall 3A

Zaha Hadid Architects

Sberbank Technopark Sberbank Technopark

Zaha Hadid Architects

Salerno Maritime Terminal Salerno Maritime Terminal

Zaha Hadid Architects

Writers Theatre Writers Theatre

Studio Gang Architects

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