Contract - September 2011 - (Page 32)

feature The World Trade Center site, looking north, as seen this August. The National September 11 Memorial incorporates the original tower footprints, which are surrounded by Swamp White Oak trees. The National September 11 Memorial Museum (previewed on these pages) is being built entirely underground beneath the tower footprints. The museum’s entry pavilion (angular building in center of picture) was designed by Norwegian architecture firm Snøhetta. One World Trade Center (under construction to the left) is planned to rise 105 stories, making it the tallest building on the site. At press time, steel had reached the 78th floor and the glass curtain wall had been installed up to the 50th floor. Four World Trade Center (under construction to the right) was designed by Fumihiko Maki. The excavated area in the foreground is the site of the former Deutsche Bank Building. 32 contract september 2011 Photo by John Czarnecki

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Contract - September 2011

Contract - September 2011
Industry News
Product Briefs: Sustainable
Product Focus: Here Comes the Sun
Product Focus: Cream of the Crop
Memory Museum
Triple Threat
Mission Sustainable
Model of Sustainability
Desert Oasis
LEED by Example
Cooking Light
Trends: The Resilient Workplace
Ideas: Chair History
Designers Select: Boardroom Furnishings
Ad Index
Perspectives: Steven M. Davis, Faia, Aedas

Contract - September 2011