Home    Yesterday's News    Calendar     Contact Us     Subscribe

Today's News - December 4, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Mayne's Paris "Lighthouse" (with lots of images). -- Ouroussoff compares it to RMJM's Gazprom City: innovation and urban context vs. "a bone-chilling expression of corporate ego run amok" (the runners-up weren't much better). -- In Dubai, rotating tower has Glancey reeling (don't forget the dinosaurs); and a new cylinder and glass cube development by Koolhaas/Porsche team. -- If Oxford truly wants "total clone status," it needs more malls. -- Strip malls may be convenient, but why can't they be beautiful? -- In twist on "blowhard preservation-lobby nimbys" vs. innovators, it's the latter that wants to restore London's Sloane Square. -- British experts fear a "tarmac and plasterboard" Olympics. -- Chicago's "eclectic array" of Olympic consultants should pay heed. -- Re: UConn's new Fine Arts Building: the jurors were not part of a "Gehry cult." -- Philadelphian's tour NYC for waterfront inspiration. -- Boddy looks at a Vancouver architect who creates social housing that works for everyone. -- Piano takes on Corbu at Ronchamp (an "audacious plan"?). -- Miami Art Museum's field of dreams: '"Build it and they will come." -- For Hume, Toronto's "'sleeper' cultural project" is an eye-opener; as is our "satellite culture." -- Kamin is high on high-tech, high-style trend on Chicago's Magnificent Mile. -- Sustainable practices and green buildings slowly becoming the norm in commercial real estate.

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