Home    Yesterday's News    Calendar     Contact Us     Subscribe

Today's News - Friday, September 21, 2007

Herzog & de Meuron win Praemium Imperiale. -- Cato Institute debunks Portland, Oregon's much-touted livability. -- CNU debunks Cato. -- Lexington, Kentucky, "on the path to make an A+ urban core to go along with an A+ rural landscape." -- King on Transbay transit center aggressive schedule. -- Green building taking root (slowly) in Montana. -- Hull, U.K., rejects £100m "Legoland" regeneration proposal. -- Landmarks Illinois releases Chicago's most endangered list. -- Dunlop in South Florida's disappearing landmarks. -- An 11th-hour funding pledge is good news for Australia's Robin Boyd House II. -- Wilkinson Eyre gets the nod to renew Oxford's 1940 Gilbert Scott library. -- An Anderton chat-fest re: the art and architecture of light and a preservationist who fell in love with a building he fought against. -- Weekend diversions: Today is National Park(ing) Day (pull into a spot near you). -- "Architecture Inside/Out" at NYC's Center for Architecture. -- In Istanbul, new architectural concepts for the city's urban development. -- A Dutch architect struts his stuff in Prague. -- Matta-Clark and Ai Weiwei wowing them in L.A. -- Heard on the grapevine: Foster gets the nod to remodel FC Barcelona's Camp Nou Stadium (it won't look like Wembley); and Heatherwick/ Adams Kara Taylor/Atelier Ten/Casson Mann win 2010 Shanghai World Expo British pavilion competition.

ZweigWhite Best Firms

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

© 2007 ArchNewsNow.com