Articles from 07/06/2009:

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House in Lupsingen / Luca Selva Architects
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The Work of Sid Wichienkuer
I came across Sid's online portfolio on the Indexhibit website. Cool renderings, interesting project presentation. Read »
Za’abeel Park Observation Tower / XTEN Architecture
Our friends from XTEN Architecture shared with us their entry to the ThyssenKrupp elevator competition in Dubai. The observation tower is located in a cultural park just off axis from the main [...] Read »
Westwood Residence / CHA:COL
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from dezeen
Church by Beton
Polish designers Beton have sent us some photos of their nearly completed, shingle-clad church in a small village overlooking the Vistula. Read »
The New Moulin Rouge, Paris 2009 Competition
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Estação Ciência Cafe / Una Arquitetos
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Beautifully restored 1962 Richard Britt-designed home in Paradise Gardens, AZ. for only $359,000!
�What is good design?� may not be one of life�s great existential questions, but it ranks high among those that plague modern times. It is at least as old as the Industrial Revolution and [...] Read »
Elections in the European Union. Vote!
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Suzanne Kasler for Hickory Chair
This is my last Hickory Chair related post, I swear! It was actually supposed to be my first but I decided to wait until after my trip to North Carolina to post it. I mentioned previously that [...] Read »
Zaha's New Shoes
London based architect Zaha Hadid is known for her very conceptual, unique and curvilinear designs with her new project being no exception. The project set to take off this July "explores futuristic [...] Read »
Ghery Officially Off Barclay Center Designs
The Barclay Center, which is to be the Nets new basketball arena had originally intended to be the main focal point and anchor of Frank Ghery's sprawling 22-acre Atlantic Yards complex located [...] Read »
Coliseum and Rose Parade snapshots
Earlier this morning, I did something I normally never do, especially on a weekend. I set the alarm. In fact, I set it for 7AM. And it was worth it to be there for the Rose Parade as it originated... Read »
AIA/SWO Intern Tour:  Eagle Rock Retreat
What: Eagle Rock Retreat When: Thursday, June 18th at 4:30 PM Where: Near Eagle Rock Lodge in Vida. Meet at 2fORM to carpool. Architect: 2fORM Architecture **SOLID SHOES REQUIRED** Please [...] Read »
Rome Thunderdome
[Image: Little Rome Ruins by Bernat Gallemí ]. An early burst of thunder woke me up this morning, before a brief wash of rain blew through – but what was extraordinary was that the sound of [...] Read »
Plat House in Dwell
Where’s Greg?
I hope you’ve enjoyed all the pictures I’ve been posting.  I’ve been trying to post the best of the best, while illustrating a complete picture.  So that usually means a “postcard” [...] Read »
Viola Park Kitchens
Buckminster Bookstore
I know it took a while but FINALLY, the long-awaited Mister Buckminster Bookstore is online!! Look for the link on the sidebar for our favorite books on architecture and urbanism. Enjoy and feel [...] Read »
New film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand aiming to make the world aware of the human impact on the planet. Worldwide release was yesterday. Home Project Read »
from Pruned
Bloggers with a Twin Conjoined at the Belly, Standing in the Landscape
(Or “A naked man with a twin conjoined at the belly, standing in the landscape,” from Giovanni Battista de' Cavalieri's Monsters from all parts of the ancient and modern world , 1585. Source [...] Read »
from Guttae