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  • "As Muschamp Goes, Angry Adversaries Ready for Revenge "
    -- "Herbert Muschamp, The New York Times' architecture critic, is stepping down from his post much as he attained it: surrounded by applause. ... It's a fall from grace that represents the kind of Times-writer morality tale alumni of the paper know all too well." (Clay Risen, nyob_04.06.28)
  • "Buildings that breathe"
    -- "Santiago Calatrava, the architect chosen for lower Manhattan's transit hub, engineers landmarks for life." (Justin Davidson, nwd_04.06.22)
  • "The Incredible Shrinking Daniel Libeskind"
    -- "On Feb. 27, 2003 Daniel Libeskind stood on a podium ... quickly became a media darling and a bona fide cultural icon, from his spiky hair and funcky rectangular glasses down to his elk-skin cowboy boot." (Robin Pogrebin, nyt_04.06.20)

    • "WTC 'Freedom Tower' Breaks Ground Amid Money Doubt"
      -- "Daniel Libeskind felt compelled this week to publicly defend himself against a report that his role had been severely diminished by a rival architect." (Grant McCool, reu_04.07.01)
    • "Still a Robust Role."
      -- "To the Editor: ... Fortunately, I still stand a full 5-foot-3 inches tall." (Daniel Libeskind, nyt_04.06.27)

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