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Architectural Record reports
“Polshek Partnership has designed a new, 161,000-square-foot facility for the Utah Museum of Natural History in Salt Lake City. The $98 million project will enable the 45-year-old institution to better showcase its collection of fossils, rocks, minerals, and other artifacts.”
[SOURCE: Architectural Record – Utah Museum of Natural History]
Times of India reports
“When RMZ Millennium Park in Chennai was categorised as a LEED gold building by the Hyderabad-based Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)
in September this year, the tally of certified green buildings in the city went up to nine.
Although Chennai’s realty sector embarked on the green quest in 2004, it is only now that the city is emerging as a top contender in energy-efficient and user-friendly office structures, ranking third overall in the country.”
[SOURCE: The Times of India – Chennai buildings get closer to nature]
Vienna-based Moh Architects has won the RIBA competition to design a new waterfront project in Walsall for Urban Splash.
[SOURCE: Building Design – Moh Architects wins RIBA contest for Urban Splash’s Walsall waterfront regeneration ] .
[IMAGE CREDIT MOH ARCHITECTS – IMAGE SOURCE: Building Design]
“Some future neighbors of the north downtown ballpark are worried that it won’t have the ground-level retail as originally recommended.
Recent plans for the new No-Do stadium, which include less ground-level retail space than originally planned, have caused concerns among the complex’s future neighbors.”
[SOURCE: Omaha.com Money Section].