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  • Mr. Gwathmey also got mixed reviews for his curvy, green-glass condominium at Astor Place in the East Village finished in 2005.

    Downtown, The New Kid Stands Out

  • You might, if you weren't looking very hard, say the green-glass boxes of the Folkwang look like a cold store, and his giant complex of law courts in Barcelona are uncomfortably prison-like, as if defendants were guilty until proven innocent.

    David Chipperfield: master of permanence | Interview

  • One Rincon Hill, a green-glass, 60-story, condominium high rise, stands unparalleled above its South of Market Street neighborhood.

    Red Room: Pam Tent: Home Is Where You Hang Your Hat: Why San Francisco Is It for Me

  • Next door at the Kabul City Center, the gunmen blasted their way inside, shattering its green-glass façade.

    Shellshocked

  • This summer I thought I would mix in my collection of blue glass mason jars, pink depression glass, a set of green-glass goblets my mother bought me, and my assortment of glass jars and flower vases.

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  • This summer I thought I would mix in my collection of blue glass mason jars, pink depression glass, a set of green-glass goblets my mother bought me, and my assortment of glass jars and flower vases.

    China Cabinet: Summer display

  • And … a rare green geode bristling with rectilinear green-glass towers.

    Silver Zombie

  •  Walls is bare but for a magazine picture Mama got taped of that New York City with that green-glass skyscraper-building so tall it pointy roof poke holes in the sky.

    Gone

  • In its first six months on the market, the company spent only about $600,000 to promote the drink, which is packaged in a distinctive green-glass bottle.

    Soft-Drink War Rages in Kenya -- but Not Over Cola

  • Walls is bare but for a magazine picture Mama got taped of that New York City with that green-glass skyscraper-building so tall it pointy roof poke holes in the sky.

    Gone

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