Home    Yesterday's News    Contact Us     Subscribe


Today's News - April 15, 2005

The first trilling words for Walker Art Center expansion: "...subtle design details that make curators swoon..." (there will be more for sure next week). -- Spain honors Miralles for Holyrood. -- Toronto's ugly Pugly Award winners announced: blame them on lax planning rules and lazy developers. -- U.K. mid-century Modernist houses making the grade. -- Stern news: Quilt Study Center in Nebraska has some people in stitches (one report has image and politics, the other actually talks about the design); School of Business design has Ithaca College feeling like it's "ready for prime time." -- A Chicago McDonald's "with a glandular problem" could have had some Chi-town panache from Murphy Jahn or Martin Wolf. -- Life inside Yale's Art and Architecture building. -- Ellerbe Becket regroups after defections. -- NYC High Line goes high profile at MoMA, and intense textiles get extreme showing at the Cooper-Hewitt.


 

 

 

To subscribe to the free daily newsletter click here



SMPS.org 


ARCspace.com
 

Note: Pages will open in a new browser window.
External news links are not endorsed by ArchNewsNow.com.
Free registration may be required on some sites.
Some pages may expire after a few days.

Yesterday's News

2005 ArchNewsNow.com