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Today’s News - Thursday, October 14, 2010

•   Zumthor tapped to tackle 2011 Serpentine Gallery ("design folk probably won't be too bothered by the rule-bending").

•   Speck offers up the 10 Worst Things About Suburban Sprawl: "it is a good time to step back and remind ourselves what we're still up against" (great slide show essay with some most amusing captions).

•   Boulton calls for architects to lead urban growth: "It is our civic duty to engage the realms outside of our day-to-day firm operations and help guide the evolution of the places we live in. What better way to assert that Architecture Matters."

•   Q&A with BSA President Chan: he has "distinct views of what a city should be and what his profession can accomplish."

•   Kamin on Chicago's Go to 2040 initiative "shaped by an era of dwindling resources and, perhaps, lowered expectations about what planning can achieve."

•   Litt x 2: latest renderings of Cleveland Medical Mart "are highly encouraging," though LMN Architects "might be trying to cram too many ideas into the design." + The project's landscape architect explains how the team is "deeply considering the four seasons in the design process."

•   Q&A with Van Valkenburgh re: "ecological urbanism" and "landscape urbanism," terms that are very important to what he calls "the emancipation of landscape architecture."

•   Beha and Gensler team to develop New England Conservatory's Campus Master Plan.

•   More details on UNESCO's plan to conserve Hassan Fathy's New Gourna village (great pix).

•   Bahrain's Saar Central is completed, with 82 villas "ranging from simply elegant to modern to luxurious."

•   It's being called the "bonfire of the quangos" as the U.K. axes and reorganizes hundreds of them (CABE is safe - so far).

•   City Gallery Prague completes renovations on an artist's home, now open to the public again.

•   LaBarre on "I-am-kind-of-an-ET" designer's first foray into architecture: a quirky eco-retreat "from the queen of quirk herself."

•   Foster rebuilds Bucky's Dymaxion car - this becomes #4 (great images and links).

•   Restoration of the Century winners announced (alas, pix but no mention of the architects...oh well).



  


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