Adele Weder of thetyee.ca writes a op-ed piece about Vancouver 2010’s architecture and landscape architecture in Uncool: Vancouver’s Olympic Architecture
read the full article @ the [SOURCE: thetyee.ca Uncool: Vancouver’s Olympic Architecture]
Arabian Business.com reports
“International architecture firm Woods Bagot, the company designing Nakheel’s one kilometre tower, has made a number of staff redundant in the last few weeks as business slows in the face of the global real estate slump.”
Read the full article @ the [SOURCE: Arabian Business – Nakheel Tower design firm cuts jobs ]
The Club today revealed the first images of the Club’s proposed new stadium design, part of the Northumberland Development Project.
Designs for the new home of the Club have been developed by KSS, leaders in stadia design.
read the full article including images @ the [SOURCE: Tottenhamhotspur.com – News Articles – Club reveals first images of proposed new stadium].
The most critical phase in the construction of the Khan Shatyr Entertainment Centre in Kazhakstan was successfully completed yesterday with the erection of its 150 metre-high tripod mast. The 2,000 tonne structure was lifted into place by four cranes in a process that took two weeks.
[SOURCE: Foster + Partners]
St. Petersburg Times reports
“The future home of the Salvador Dali Museum is a blank canvas, a smooth greensward adjacent to the Mahaffey Theater on the downtown waterfront.
The design by Tampa-based architect Yann Weymouth of the international firm HOK has to serve two practical imperatives: display the collection, the most comprehensive in the world, to best advantage; and protect it from the ravages of a possible storm, up to a Category 5 hurricane, with 18-inch concrete walls.”
[SOURCE: St. Petersburg Times – Groundbreaking today on new Salvador Dali Museum]