City Beautiful: The 2011 Public Design Award Winners

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We already told you more than you would ever want to know about the renovations of a dilapidated Lower East Side parking garage. But what about the rest of this year’s Public Design Awards winners, handed out for their 29th year by the Public Design Commission.

Here are the other 11, some of them familiar favorites—Steven Holl’s Hunters Point Library, the new Museum of the Moving Image, where the awards were held last Monday—and some that are new, including a DOT refueling station in Queens and a rooftop pavilion for the Brooklyn Children’s Museum.

Because who says civic architecture has to be ugly?

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