BBC NEWS reports
“A high-rise tower for animals in the industrial heartland of Leeds is offering a unique solution to the decline of urban wildlife. Can it work?
Rising 40 feet (12 metres) above canals once lined with textile mills and factory chimneys could soon be another kind of tower – a high-rise for all creatures great and (mainly) small.”
read more @ the SOURCE: BBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | Can animals live in high-rise blocks?
“How should we greet the news today that the Frank Gehry–designed arena for the Nets in Brooklyn has officially been scrapped in favor of a cheaper scheme by Ellerbe Becket, the Kansas City, Missouri, firm specializing in convention centers and sports complexes?”
read the full article @ the SOURCE: Metropolis POV » On Second Thought
National Post reports
“The whimsical wavedeck bridge under construction at Lower Simcoe Street will be open for public use next Thursday, says Adriaan Geuze(West 8), the Dutch mastermind behind the city’s gradually improving waterfront……”
read the full article at the SOURCE: National Post – Wavedeck curves, dips on waterfront
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“Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Governor David A. Paterson, Congressman Charles B. Rangel, and Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert C. Lieber today joined community leaders and elected officials to celebrate the opening of West Harlem Piers Park. The $20 million, two-acre park connects West Harlem to the Hudson River greenway and features a docking pier, a fishing pier, bicycle and pedestrian paths and landscaped open space.”
SOURCE: City of New York
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The following winners of Re:Vision Dallas have been announced
Atelier Data & MOOV – Lisbon, Portugal
David Baker and Partners Architects and Fletcher Studio – San Francisco, CA
Little – Charlotte, North Carolina
Re:Vision – Dallas stated that
“The winners of Re:Vision Dallas have created plans that challenged us, engaged us and inspired us.
And their ideas, from local materials and vegetated screens to integrated greenways, will shape how people will live and work here in the future. Take a look at this visionary thinking. And watch how ideas become reality in the months ahead.”
Go to the SOURCE: Re:Vision – Dallas website to see the winners designs
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