Home    Yesterday's News    Contact Us     Subscribe

Today's News - October 25, 2005

We lose a master architect and educator. -- Architects and associations clamor to have a role in rebuilding the Gulf Coast. -- Honors for an Indonesian architect "who has always fought for the poor's right to decent housing." -- A somber look at what's in store for the British Pavilion in Venice: "The problem isn't that modern British architecture is worse beyond the M25, it's that it's the bloody same." -- A Tokyo neighborhood "laid waste by the construction of one of the cruelest pieces of architecture this city has seen." -- Time to stop calling Los Angeles the poster child for sprawl; New York and Boston much more suitable. -- Plans for a 2,000-foot-tall broadcast tower on Chicago's lakefront called "Duck Dodgers design, utterly daffy" (among other things). -- Miami Performing Arts Center: over budget and overdue - will it be worth it? -- A new National Design Centre for Australia set to open in Melbourne. -- Maya Lin's "plaza of possibility" at UC Irvine is "subtle to the point of invisibility..." -- Wal-Mart gets serious about its environmental performance (not all are convinced). -- Word for the day: Communication: Architecture as propaganda. -- Design forms understanding. -- The language of design; conveying information through puzzles; and more (from some interesting sources). -- ASLA calls for entries for 2006 awards. -- Ouroussoff visits Calatrava at the Met - and wishes he'd left his sculptures at home. -- Erickson splits: "They were going to ask me to resign, anyway, because I'm not taking any of their courses."




To subscribe to the free daily newsletter click here



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