Jerusalem deconstructed

Over the past three millennia Jerusalem has known its fair share of master builders, from Kings David, Solomon and Herod to Suleiman the Magnificent and mayor Teddy Kollek. But the city has also known a mirror-image legacy of monumental and municipal projects that were stillborn or abandoned.

Read more @ Jerusalem deconstructed | Jerusalem Post.

The Sunset Team, Launches ‘Greenbreaking’ Cherokee Lofts Project

The Sunset Team, the acclaimed Los Angeles based real estate agency, is teaming up with ReThink Development to spearhead THE CHEROKEE LOFTS, the first LEED Gold Certified (potentially Platinum certification) mixed-use project in Southern California – and, likely, the nation.

Slated for completion in early 2009, The Cherokee Lofts, designed by architects Pugh and Scarpa, will be the most advanced and distinctive “green” building of its kind in Los Angeles.

Read more @ News Blaze – The Sunset Team, Launches ‘Greenbreaking’ Cherokee Lofts Project.

3XN Transforms a Brown Site into a Green One

A brownfield in Norway will be going green, literally, thanks to a new master plan that calls for a rolling green roof to shelter a cultural center. The Danish architecture firm 3XN beat out Henning Larsen Architects, Niels Torp, L2 Arkitekter, and IN’BY LPO Arlitektur and Design in an invited competition to redevelop a former industrial waterfront known as Nedre Malmø, in the town of Mandal.

Read more @ Architectural Record – 3XN Transforms a Brown Site into a Green One | News |

Ken Shuttleworth, Designer of the ‘Gherkin,’ Has a New Spire at University of Nottingham – Chronicle.com

Some artists might take offense if their work were likened to a giant pickle, but the architect Ken Shuttleworth has no objection to the nickname that Londoners have bestowed on his most famous design, 30 St Mary Axe, aka the Gherkin.

A newer creation, which is to be erected this year on the Jubilee Campus of the University of Nottingham, has been officially christened Aspire. The red-and-orange steel sculpture is a gift from an anonymous donor who wanted a new symbol for the university and the city — something that the people of Nottingham can see from a long way away, says Sir Colin Campbell, the university’s vice chancellor.

Read more @ Buildings & Grounds: Ken Shuttleworth, Designer of the ‘Gherkin,’ Has a New Spire at University of Nottingham – Chronicle.com.

Princeton unveils most comprehensive campus plan in its history

For more than two years, a team of architects, landscape architects and planners at Princeton University has labored to strike a perfect balance between the old and the new. They have balanced between centuries of tradition and plans for innovative new spaces where architects can continue to design buildings that are both of their time and timeless.

Read more @ Princeton University – Princeton unveils most comprehensive campus plan in its history.

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