Articles from 21/06/2009:

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from dezeen
Dezeenwire: the New Acropolis Museum designed by Bernard Tschumi Architects has opened in Athens, with the Greek president Karolos Papoulias calling on Britainto return sculptures from the Parthenon [...] Read »
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Villa by Daniel Libeskind
Architect Daniel Libeskind has unveiled Villa, a made-to-order luxury house that can be delivered and assembled anywhere in the world. Read »
El Bosque Norte Building / Murtinho + Raby Arquitectos
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Danish Pavilion for Shanghai / 3XN Architects
3XN architects’ proposal for the Danish pavilion for the Shanghai expo 2010 uses their national flag to create a dynamic spatial environment.  ”An exhibition window is an invitation that [...] Read »
Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House for Sale - $15m
The 10,000 sq. ft., 1924 Ennis House in Los Angeles is up for sale. Asking price $15 million and it is estimated to require $5m to $7m in repairs. Look at this monstrosity on google maps satellite :via cbc Read »
Paracaima House / dcpp arquitectos
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House 60 / gh3
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Fuller ideas
I realize now, however, that the evening was a "shaping" event, where extraordinary consideration and thought about the way in which access to resources affects peace or causes war, and the way [...] Read »
from Inhabit
Welcome back to the second installment of our Green Wedding Guide. Last week we talked jewelry, and this week we are going to talk about eco-friendly ways to pick your location. The location [...] Read »
Chicago Baroque
Raising the Bar #4: Urban Trees
BUILD recently attended the Urban Trees opening party at 19th Ave E & Yesler and we were delighted to see an urban project that is very much addressing our BUILDblog “Raising the Bar” series. [...] Read »
A Little Buda a Little Pest
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In Athens, the New Acropolis Museum
After a long wait, this masterpiece designed by Bernard Tschumi is finally opening this coming week. NYT Read »
Wet Weekend
There is rain forecasted again for this weekend and I can tell you that New Yorkers have just about had it with the weather. But instead of building an ark and collecting the animals two by [...] Read »