Articles from 03/05/2010:

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May events at Harvard GSD
[ May 3, 2010 14:00 to May 8, 2010 14:00. ] Harvard University Graduate School of Design hosts some great lectures featuring some of the world’s most important architects. Here are some of [...] Read »
Mechatronik / Caramel Architekten
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Fonte Wine Bar / Floisand Studio
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Santa & Cole, the Spanish Association of Landscape Architects and the European Biennial of Landscape Architecture announce the first Santa & Cole Landscape Architecture Competition, a Europe-wide [...] Read »
Chameleon House / Anderson Anderson Architecture
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Bridge House - Max Pritchard Architect
The clients required a permanent home/office on their small property, located one hour’s drive from Adelaide. A bend in the winter creek that divides the property, creates a billabong (a deep [...] Read »
Louis Sullivan needs YOU!
Question - what building in Chicago was partly financed by Tsar St. Nicholas II of Russia? Answer: The Louis Sullivan-designed Orthodox Cathedral built 1899 to 1903 You can help preserve it on [...] Read »
Maybe Kent State has finally come of age. Four decades have slipped by since Neil Youngsfour dead in Ohio rang out as a generations lament on the loss of life and innocence. And some now [...] Read »
Insilvis VIKING, valet stand
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A Plan Is Hatched
While enjoying a pint of beer at his local pub in the English city of Manchester, "web designer and enthusiast amateur cook" Ben Holden decided to order some bar snacks on the side. Then a lightning [...] Read »
Brokers are allegedly getting free iPads and golf lessons all over the place these days, but what's the hunter's side of the story? If you're out and about in the New York City real estate market [...] Read »
Dan Gilbert insists that theres no cause for worry. He says that in the not-too-distant future he will release detailed plans for the downtown Cleveland casino that Ohio voters authorized [...] Read »
Sleeping Beauty
Rest by Vondom
Blazing City Trails, Urban Beekeeping, Claim Lawsuits, + Insufficient CSR
Cities blazing a green trail. Top 10 trends in sustainable business. Green designs that don't cost the Earth. Is CSR enough to create a sustainable world? Earth-friendly claims spur lawsuits [...] Read »
from Pruned
Pedestrian Labyrinth
(Pedestrian paths on the Place du Capitole in Toulouse. Image by CRCA / CNRS / Université Toulouse 3.) Vis-à-vis the Switching Labyrinth over on BLDGBLOG , here's a recently published paper [...] Read »
Curbed Photo Pool: Best of the Curbed Photo Pool
Photogs, want to contribute to the Curbed Photo Pool? Then join our Flickr group! Click the image above to view the full photogallery.· Curbed Photo Pool [Flickr] Read »
Hive Side Table
Product Runway
(Image source: The University of Oregon’s chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) has been more active recently than it has been in years. A case in [...] Read »
Gymnasium Series by Søren Rose Studio
Discovering Architecture All Around Us
To an Idaho student, a waterfalls in her region looks like a skyscraper that’s thin at the top and has cascades rippling downward toward the bottom, much like the tower at 1 Wall Street in [...] Read »
OBERLIN, Ohio  William Darity gathered his two guitars and a small amplifier Saturday afternoon at the entrance of Hales Memorial at Oberlin College and headed for a rehearsal for an evening [...] Read »
Architectural Desigin Presentations Tool
Chameleon House by Anderson Anderson Architecture
Amalgam offers a replica of luxury, on a scale of 1:8, the legendary Ferrari 250 Testa Rossa. It is, specifically, of copy that won the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1958, with Phil Hill and Peter Collins [...] Read »
Studio Shed