In the News – Weekend 1-2 August

Bicyclists take to Chicago streets clear of traffic  [Chicago Tribune] (updated with correct link 8/5)

A Fourth Urbanism, Part 6: Limitations on Urbanism [Huffington Post]

Goettsch Partners Wins Design Competition for Soochow Securities Headquarters [contract magazine]

Health center steel tops out [San Diego Source/ The Daily Transcript]

LAUSD selects Clark Construction to build new South Los Angeles High School [Building Design & Construction]

Praying for Robin Hood Gardens’ demolition [bdonline.co.uk]

Land-use planning: What did we get for our “smart growth’? [oregonlive.com]

Volunteers sought to help restore rare wetland [Chicago Tribune]

Chinatown Master Plan 2010 to identify vision and goals for the future [Sampan - New England]

New addition, improvements to greet Zephyrhills High students [Tampa Bay Online]

Calgary’s Calatrava footbridge unveiled

Calgary Herald reports

CALGARY – The newly released design for the city’s new pedestrian bridge has been derided by some Calgarians as a gaudy red waste of $24.5 million, and praised by others as a sleek, elegant contribution to downtown Calgary.

But to the architect, Santiago Calatrava, the Bow span is the most accessible, functional and technically challenging one he’s ever made…

read the full story at the SOURCE: Calgary Herald – Calgary’s $24.5M footbridge unveiled to cheers, jeers

IMAGE SOURCE: City of Calgary
IMAGE CREDIT: Santiago Calatrava

In the News – July 31

Answers About Public Art in New York – New York Times

Reflective White Roofing Course Garners New AIA Sustainable Design Credits – PRWEB

N.C. Transportation Museum presents Blue Ridge Parkway program – Salisburypost.com

Architecture Students Win International Design Competition – The University of Texas at Austin

Down the Tubes (Public Meeting about EDAW’s Imperial Beach zoning recommendations) – San DiegoReader

York’s Sumner Winebaum talks about collaboration behind new sculpture – Seacoastonline.com

Homebush Bay tree felling for V8 Supercars

One of the landscape architecture firms involved in designing Homebush Bay – the host site of the 2000 Olympics has come out in outrage that 147 trees have been felled for a motor car race to be held once a year.

Sydney Morning Herald reports

Tony McCormick, from Hassell Pty Ltd, said government and the community had made a huge investment to transform the Homebush Bay(Sydney Olympics) site into a world-leading environmentally sustainable project that had received international prominence…..

Mr McCormick, who led the design team, was concerned over the removal last week of 147 mature trees planted mainly on the median strips at the site in the years leading up to the 2000 Games.

SOURCE: Sydney Morning Herald – Homebush Bay tree felling for V8 Supercars gets black flag

Fury as Irish deputy PM tells architects to reduce their fees – Architects Journal

Architects Journal reports

Architects have reacted angrily to Irish deputy prime minister Mary Coughlan’s claim that they are a sector that has yet to feel ‘the chill winds of economic reality’, and that they should be slashing fees to make the Republic more competitive.

read the full article at the SOURCE:Architects Journal – Fury as Irish deputy PM tells architects to reduce their fees

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