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Seeing Red: (Product) Red "Pop-Up" Store by WalkerGroup and Motorola

A temporary retail store in the heart of Chicago is all heart for a good cause.

by ArchNewsNow

October 20, 2006

(Product) Red's small space bracketed between red fabric panels carries a big message in Chicago
(Jeffrey Lau)
Natural Carpet Ride: North Carolina Museum of Art Expansion by Thomas Phifer and Partners and Peter Walker and Partners

Raleigh, North Carolina: Skylights and garden galleries create a firmly grounded museum expansion that sits softly on the land.

by ArchNewsNow

October 6, 2006

North Carolina Museum of Art: overview of the new gallery building and gardens
(Thomas Phifer and Partners Architects)

New Frontiers in Science and Design: ASU Biodesign Institute by Gould Evans and Lord, Aeck & Sargent

Tempe, Arizona: When architects were asked to be as innovative and hi-tech as their client, collaborative team expertise delivered the vision.

by ArchNewsNow

September 20, 2006

ASU Biodesign Institute Building A: Southern view shows aluminum sunscreen that filters natural daylight deep into the building
(Timothy Hursley)
Sex and the City Part 2: Field Notes from the 10th Venice Architecture Biennale

The message seems to be that if we merge greater intelligence about the common good with our traditional urge to procreate as individuals, we might have half a chance to thrive as a species several generations hence.

by Margaret Helfand, FAIA

September 14, 2006

Spanish Pavilion: 100 talking torsos
(Jon Turner)

Sex and the City Part 1: Field Notes from the 10th Venice Architecture Biennale

Libidos on fire in Venice: Urbanism may not be sexy, but our lives may depend on it.

by Margaret Helfand, FAIA

September 12, 2006

Italian Pavilion: Future urban dreamscape
(Jon Turner)
INSIGHT: Sounding Good: Inspired by the classics, the acoustician for Nashville's new Schermerhorn Symphony Center explains how architecture and acoustics take a concert hall into the future

by Paul Scarbrough, Akustiks

September 7, 2006

Nashville’s new Schermerhorn Symphony Center cuts a classical profile, but is anything but old fashioned.
(R.K. Powers)

Please Walk on the Grass: Recreation and Play in the Contemporary City

An exhibition explores the reinvention of urban public spaces to meet the demands of 21st century recreation and leisure.

by Zoë Ryan, Senior Curator, Van Alen Institute

September 6, 2006

Martha Schwartz Inc.: Grand Canal Square, Dublin, Ireland
(Martha Schwartz Inc.)
INSIGHT: Iconicity: Finding Your Voice in a Changing World

Iconicity taps into the deeper emotional needs of consumers through experiential, implicit signals that transcend the more rational elements of price and convenience.

by Kenneth Nisch

August 22, 2006

Iconicity is Personality: Does your point of view and vision communicate a distinctive position? (Spencer’s)

Fine Tuning: Utah State University Performance Hall by Sasaki Associates

Logan, Utah: Inspired by the surrounding mountains, a new building establishes a campus arts precinct that bridges the town/gown divide.

by ArchNewsNow

August 8, 2006

Utah State University’s new Performance Hall takes its inspiration from the surrounding mountains
(Robert Benson Photography)
Northwest Expansion: The Portland Art Museum by Ann Beha Architects and SERA Architects

Portland, Oregon: Sensitive historic restoration combined with contemporary design expands a museum into a dynamic new art center.

by ArchNewsNow

August 1, 2006

Portland Art Museum
(P. Vanderwarker)

"G" is for Genome (and Green): Terrence Donnelly Center for Cellular and Biomolecular Research by architectsAlliance and Behnisch Architekten

Toronto, Canada: A new campus building is a symbolic and physical bridge between an academic community and the city.

by ArchNewsNow

July 19, 2006

Terrence Donnelly Center for Cellular and Biomolecular Research: painted colored walls enliven the building after dark.
(Tom Arban)
Reference This

Two views on trends in public and academic libraries

by Kenneth Caldwell

June 27, 2006

Field Paoli: Almaden Library & Community Center, San Jose: The new lobby features a custom glass sphere by artist Ray King.
(Ray King)

So Tall: International High-Rise Prize 2006 Goes to Barcelona's Torre Agbar by Jean Nouvel

Commendations to: Calatrava; Delugan Meissl Architects; mecanoo architecten; and Riken Yamamoto & Field Shop

by ArchNewsNow

May 22, 2006

Ateliers Jean Nouvel: Torre Agbar, Barcelona
(Philippe Ruault)
INSIGHT: Public/Private Space & Yonge-Dundas Square

Toronto: Pubic/private-sector collaboration and a shared vision deliver CPR to a once-blighted square, and offers a lesson in successfully blurring the lines between the two.

by Effie Bouras, Assoc. AIA

April 27, 2006

Yonge-Dundas Square: please touch
(Courtesy City of Toronto- media services)

Green Engineering: Northwestern University Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center by Davis Brody Bond

Evanston, Illinois: Engineering and design education now cross traditional departmental boundaries in a light-filled, LEED Silver campus building.

by ArchNewsNow

March 28, 2006

Northwestern University Ford Motor Company Engineering Design Center: Sheridan Road façade with structurally glazed curtain wall and limestone
(Neil Alexander Photography)
Op-Ed: Cyclone Larry: Building After the Event

North Queensland, Australia: Post-cyclone, northern Queensland has a major opportunity to rebuild for a changing climate.

by Tony Fry

March 24, 2006

Innisfail: Hundreds of houses have been destroyed by the cyclone

Second Look: Pavilion and Colonnade Apartments by Mies van der Rohe, 1960

Newark, NJ: Current news about "starchitects" designing high-rise housing in New York is at an all-time high, but Mies did it across the Hudson River 46 years ago.

by Fred Bernstein

March 14, 2006

Detail: Pavilion Apartments south tower
(Fred Bernstein)
Green Design as Great Design: The Architecture of Sustainability

A design competition and conference seek to merge technical ingenuity and compelling design.

by Kyle Copas

February 28, 2006

Will Bruder Architects: Loloma 5 Residence, Scottsdale, AZ
(Will Bruder Architects)

Symbol and Celebration: Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture by The Freelon Group and RTKL

Baltimore, Maryland: Modern design, vibrant colors, and symbolic interior elements help create a new cultural destination in the city's Inner Harbor and museum district.

by ArchNewsNow

February 15, 2006

Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History & Culture: view from Pratt Street on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor; the red wall slices through the façade at the entryway and dissects the interior space
(James West /
Good Neighbor: Hyde Park Miriam Matthews Branch Library by Hodgetts + Fung Design and Architecture

Los Angeles: A new library adds to the revitalization of a once riot-torn community.

by ArchNewsNow

January 31, 2006

At dusk, Hyde Park Miriam Matthews Branch Library animates the Florence Avenue streetscape in South Los Angeles
(Benny Chan)

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