March 2009 Table of Contents

Features
Terreform ONE (Open Network Ecology), Brooklyn, N.Y.Terreform ONE (Open Network Ecology), Brooklyn, N.Y.

The Brooklyn, N.Y–based nonprofit Terreform 1 was founded on the premise of bringing together science and the built environment, ecology and urbanism. Read more

Interboro Partners, Brooklyn, N.Y.Interboro Partners, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Interboro Partners aims to unite architecture and planning, using the creativity of the former to loosen up the data-heavy world of the latter. Read more

cityLAB, Los AngelescityLAB, Los Angeles

Dana Cuff and Roger Sherman founded cityLAB in 2006, with the support of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Read more

Fletcher Studio, San FranciscoFletcher Studio, San Francisco

Harvesting the power of landscape to shape cities. Read more

Recession Survival: Pain ManagementRecession Survival: Pain Management

The recession has hit everyone hard, and firms are withstanding the pain as best they can. Firm leaders share their coping strategies. Read more

Urban RenewalUrban Renewal

Thanks to President Obama's focus on urban places, designers who engage with the city in compelling ways now have a chance to be heard. Four firms make the case for reinventing American urbanism. Read more

Fair Play: Designing for a Woman-Friendly Workplace

A new study of architectural offices in Chicago reveals what factors really make for a diverse, woman-friendly workplace. Read more

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