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Mark Lamster

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I'm pleased to announce that I've joined the distinguished slate of contributing editors to Design Observer, what I consider to be the premier site on the web for writing on design in its many disciplines. My first piece in this capacity, a review of It is What It Is, a new monograph/catalog by the design firm 2x4, is now live. Coming up next is a look at CityCenter, the enormous new complex on the Las Vegas Strip featuring Daniel Libeskind's "Crystals" shopping center [above]. It's an honor to be on the D.O. team, and with ID gone, it's nice to have a new home.
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Mark Lamster is the architecture critic of the Dallas Morning News and a professor at the University of Texas at Arlington School of Architecture. A contributing editor to Architectural Review, he is currently at work on his third book, a biography of the late architect Philip Johnson. Follow: @marklamster.
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