Home    Yesterday's News    Calendar     Contact Us     Subscribe

Today's News - August 25, 2006

Glancey and Merrick offer their takes on Stirling Prize nominees ("does the shortlist add up to more than a cosy gathering of the usual suspects?"); AJ offers pix. -- An impressive shortlist for multibillion-dollar development in St. Petersburg, Russia. -- Denver offers lessons for rebuilding New Orleans (new urbanists included), says Rybczynski. -- Kit-of-parts Katrina Cottages will be ready to ship in the fall. -- New Orleans' mayor criticizes New York's WTC delays (isn't that a bit like the kettle calling the pot...?). -- A Montreal architect takes on housing for another town. -- An Ohio city - and developer - lose out on eminent domain claim. -- Nashville wants its own Île de la Cité. -- Kamin takes on unsightly facades. -- Moneo rankles preservationists in Zurich. -- A young firm proves modern, edgy, yet down-to-earth design has a place in Philadelphia. -- Is Beirut ready for an Ivana Trump-designed luxury skyscraper? -- Another Moscow treasure might bite the dust. -- Readings: in search of the perfect $100,000 house. -- One we couldn't resist: parachutist hops-on-hops-off the Turning Torso.

Showcase your product on ANN




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

© 2006 ArchNewsNow.com