Today’s News - Thursday, April 11, 2002
We're trying something new today with our most recent feature. Instead of clicking on "Home" above, it is the lead story in the newsletter. It is our first retail project - Pawsenclaws & Co., a make-your-own teddy bear store designed by JGA. It's not in SoHo or LoDo or SoCal; it is a prototype for a mall-based retailer intended to attract teddy bear lovers of all ages. And if all goes as planned, the Bearon and Bearoness will soon be moving into a mall near you.
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Pawsenclaws & Co. by JGA, Inc.: A retail environment for teddy bear lovers of all ages inspires gift-giving and supports the brand story (it's also a great setting for parties!).- ArchNewsNow Feature
Architect sought for University of Waterloo new school of architecture- The Record (Canada)
April 13-17: Security, Sprawl, Social Issues: Dignitaries, Disasters, Downtown Design: Nat'l Planning Conference Returns to Home of Daniel Burnham- US Newswire
Major insurer backs away from builders: Billions of dollars of construction work...are at stake- Australian Broadcasting Corporation
21st-Century Plans, but Along 18th-Century Paths: A host of principles have now been laid out to guide the downtown reconstruction.- New York Times
When a Neutra Landmark Becomes a Tear-Down: Rancho Mirage home built in 1963 is sold for $2.45 million. Preservation is hinted at, then wrecking ball quickly falls. [images]- Los Angeles Times
It’s a mall world: it’s time for the new breed of the mall developers- The Economic Times (India)
New Research Station Slated for South Pole: Modernized Facility to Debut by 2006 - Ferraro Choi and Associates Ltd.- Washington Post
Baby and Hotels Star at Milan Fair - Philippe Starck; Adam D. Tihany; Richard Meier; Zaha Hadid; Arata Isozaki; Gaetano Pesce; Jean Nouvel- New York Times
Putting the art in architecture: New Zealand Architecture Awards- New Zealand Herald
100 Years After His Birth, New Life for Jean Prouve- New York Times
Modernist `Jewel' Can Be Saved, Officials Say: Architects Say CIGNA's Wilde Building Can Be Put To New Use- The Hartford Courant (CT)
Book Review: "Gaudí" by Gijs van Hensbergen : The man who created the world's most sexy, emotionally charged and theatrical buildings lived a life of fasting and fanatical celibacy.- Salon
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