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

Pino Familia Pino Familia

Moon Hoon

Terrace 459 Terrace 459

Landon Bone Baker Architects

Underhill Underhill

Bates Masi + Architects

AIDS Memorial AIDS Memorial

Studio ai Architects

German School Madrid German School Madrid

Grüntuch Ernst Architects

The Point The Point

Ayre Chamberlain Gaunt

Evering Road Evering Road

Scenario Architecture

Shoji Screen House Shoji Screen House

Yoshiaki Yamashita Architect & Associates

Sunday House Sunday House

Teeland Architects

Aitoku Kindergarten Aitoku Kindergarten

Kengo Kuma & Associates

Flotsam & Jetsam Flotsam & Jetsam

SHoP Architects

Faena Forum Faena Forum

Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA)

New Permanent Garden New Permanent Garden

6a Architects, Gabriel Orozco

Blakeburn Blakeburn

A449 Architects

Sluishuis Sluishuis

Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), Barcode Architects

Fold House Fold House

Bossley Architects

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