Table of Contents July 2009
The subtext of today’s “lost generation” discussion is not the uncertainties in the economy, but queasy misgivings about architecture-school training.
The National Gallery expands its collection of historic architecture books with the support of Leo A Daly.
Evidence-based design gets a new cerification. Do all architects need to get it? And will it work with or against LEED?
Looking at the short list of wines at the Tiny Lounge brings an admonition from designer Brad Lynch.
Ann Beha Architects expands the Currier Museum of Art, doubling the gallery sace and unifying previous additions, all while maintaining the institution's boutique feel.
Bradford McKee takes a look at the two new stadiums built for New York's two major league baseball teams, and is surprised by the results.
A leader in biotech/healthcare, IT, and manufacturing, Worcester is revitalizing its core and has $2 billion in redevelopment under way.
New woven mesh metal product from GKD
The new Ultimetal Porcelain Stone tiles have a metallic finish and supply an alternative to metal tiles.
A new stainless steel door handle from manufacturer Forms + Surfaces.
A new line of furniture and accessories using perforated steel.
Books Exhibits Etc.
Original drawings, photographs, and blueprints of Bertrand Goldberg's famous residential towers are on display at Architech Gallery.
An exhibit at the Getty Center explores the complex colonial-era history of Algeria's capital.
Los Angeles architect Eric Owen Moss "binds the grid" in a new, suspended installation at SCI-Arc.