ICYMI: OMA and OLIN won Washington, D.C.’s 11th Street Bridge Park Competition, Federico Babina illustrates architects in their signature window styles, Gensler was named the 2014 American Institute of Architects New York State Firm of the Year, and the Department of Energy approves Green Globes to certify federal buildings.
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Steven Holl gets Praemium Imperiale architecture award in Japan. David Chipperfield won last year. Both must be serious Pritzker candidates.
— Blair Kamin (@BlairKamin) October 15, 2014
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Seven Stories for Thursday:
Swarovski is collaborating on a set of Dubai towers designed by Mimar Emirates Engineering Consultants. [Gulf Business]
Photos of the public artworks on New York's West End line. [The New York Times]
A light installation with 8,000 illuminated balloons mark 25 years since the Berlin Wall came down. [Chicago Tribune]
A photographer shot a bunch of modernist houses in Palm Springs, Calif., by moonlight. [Wired]
Ten landscaping tips inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright's design principles. [The Oregonian]
This is the winning chair design for the Battery park in New York City. [The New York Times]
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