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    Volume 47, Issue 4

    2014 Annual Awards Issue

    Nothing impressed the 2014 awards jury (which met last July to review 134 submissions) as much as the sheer diversity of the submissions across the categories, and the overall high quality of the work. The outstanding excellence of projects put forward for awards made the jury’s work challenging, and it resulted in one of the highest number of winners in recent memory—a total of 32 awards were bestowed...


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    Cover of Vol. 47, Issue 3

    Volume 47, Issue 3

    Theme Issue: The Sacred in the City

    • Sacred Space in the City: Adapting to the Urban ContextBy Michael T. Foster, FAIA
    • Mission, Real Estate, and RevenueBy Frances Halsband, FAIA
    • Putting Down Roots in the CityBy Katherine Ball
    • ‘Re-Pitching the Tent’ DowntownBy Marc Manack.
    • A Mirror For BrooklynBy Ann Kendall
    • The Digital CathedralBy Keith Anderson
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    Cover of Vol. 47, Issue 2

    Volume 47, Issue 2

    • Complementing a MasterBy Alexander Gorlin, FAIA
    • 'Be Still'By Kristin Bedford
    • Numen LumenBy Howard Hebel, AIA
    • Interfaith Art for Interfaith ChapelsBy Anne Barber-Shams
    • Ando’s CrossBy Bert Daelemans,S .J .
    • Beyond the MenorahBy Jack A . Bialosky, Jr., AIA
    • A Meeting of Light and CraftBy James Bradberry, AIA.
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    Cover of Vol. 47, Issue 1

    Volume 47, Issue 1

    Theme Issue: Framing Sacred Art and Architecture

    • Restoring a Masqueray CathedralBy Randall Crook
    • An Oasis of StillnessBy Rebecca W. E. Edmunds, Assoc. AIA
    • Sacred Ancestors: Images of Unity and PeaceBy Richard S. Vosko, Hon. AIA
    • Divining the Art of the DivineBy David Pfeifer, AIA


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