- "Architect Philip Johnson Honored At the NYSE ..."
-- "Philip Johnson, designer of Lincoln Center in 1964, Manhattan's AT&T headquarters in 1978, and the Seagram Building in 1958, will be honored at the New York Stock Exchange by ringing the opening bell of trading on January 5." (bw_00.01.05)
- "Not a brave new world, more a scared old one"
-- "The tragedy is that it should have created not a brave new world, but a scared old one." (Rowan Moore, les_00.01.05)
- "Daley Center up for landmark "
-- "The 35-year-old courthouse and county office complex would be the youngest building on the city's landmark rolls" (Lee Bey, cst_99.01.105)
- "Decor for the Nobs and the Hoi Polloi"
-- "Talk about making an entrance." (wp/lat_00.01.04)
- "The Party´s Never Over in the New Times Square"
-- "Many New Yorkers profess to be appalled by what they see there. They rant about Disneyfication, about media power ..." (Herbert Muschamp, nyt_00.01.03)
- "A Town Aspires to Landmark Status : The Honor for a Group of Modern Buildings Would Be a First"
-- "It is at once a classic American town -- it has a Main Street -- and at the same time, it has this highfalutin architecture," (Robert C Venturi, who built Fire Station No. 4 here in 1967, in Robyn Meredith, nyt_00.01.02)
- "1999's Faces: Where Are They Now?"
-- "Daniel Libeskind: With the opening of Berlin's Jewish Museum, his first major work, the 44-year-old Libeskind instantly established himself as a major architectural talent." (lat_00.01.02)
- "The Ominous Message of a Box on Union Square"
-- "The Union Square South fails on three counts. The architecture is big and boring, the artwork glued to its main facade is pretentious, and the thinking that joined the two is out of date." (Herbert Muschamp, nyt_00.01.02)
- "Expansion Plans For Getty Museum Rile Its Neighbors"
-- "... homeowners in the posh beach town won't give up ..." (Daniel Costello, wsj_99.12.31)
- "New York Times, In Abrupt Turnaround, Declares News 'A New Kind of Pornography': Invokes 'Peep Show' Analogy"
-- "Call it Millennium Fatigue, but the Gray Lady suddenly to have soured on New Year's eve. ..." (wsj_99.12.30)
- "Bringing it all back home ... The Future of Architecture"
-- "The best thing that could happen to us is [that] we have a long run of good, peaceful building." (Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, cnn_99.12.30)
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