On Sept. 8, The New York Times Magazine , led by the newspaper’s architecture critic, Herbert Muschamp, will lay out its own vision for what is already a subject of fierce public debate: the future of Ground Zero. The Times has assembled a crew of architectural-world heavyweights for its proposal, and the paper’s plan is Read More
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