December 2004
12/29/04  Architecture For Humanity Seeking Reconstruction Help in Devastated Southeast Asia
12/21/04  After Judge's Ruling, Barnes Foundation Will Move to Downtown Philadelphia
12/21/04  World's Tallest Bridge Opens in France
12/20/04  "Roof In A Garden" Design Wins Paris Competition for Les Halles
12/20/04  Updated Schematics Unveiled for World Trade Center Memorial
12/20/04  D.C. Announces Winner for Washington Canal Park, First Piece of Anacostia Waterfront Initiative
12/16/04  Eco-Terrorism Suspected in Burning of 19 New Homes in Maryland Subdivision
12/15/04  Glare Report to Prompt Changes at Disney Concert Hall
12/15/04  AIA Chief Executive Officer Norman Koonce to Retire
12/14/04  McGraw-Hill's Norbert Young Wins AIA Kemper Award
12/13/04  Dallas Bans Prefab Housing
12/08/04  Silverstein Wins Latest World Trade Center Insurance Payment Case
12/08/04  Kahn's Yale Center For British Art Wins AIA 25 Year Award
12/07/04  Aga Khan Awarded Vincent J. Scully Prize
12/06/04  Louvre Planning Annex in Northern France
12/06/04  Murphy/Jahn Wins AIA Firm Award
12/06/04  NYC Preservation Groups Issue Report Criticizing City’s Landmarks Commission
12/02/04  Calatrava Wins AIA Gold Medal
12/01/04  Red Sox Taking Steps to Renovate Fenway Park
12/01/04  Board of Directors Named for World Trade Center Memorial Foundation
12/01/04  Students, Architects, Academics Protest Cambridge's Decision To Close Its School Of Architecture
12/01/04  Boston's Gardner Museum Taps Piano For Expansion
November 2004
11/23/04  Arquitectonica Designing New Hotel-Casino in Las Vegas
11/23/04  NYC Makes Ambitious Bid for the 2012 Olympics
11/22/04  Despite Controversy Los Angeles International Airport to Begin Modernization Plan
11/22/04  Frank Lloyd Wright's Blue Sky Mausoleum Opens a Half-Century After It is Commissioned
11/22/04  USGBC's Greenbuild Conference Shows LEED Making Progress in India, Mexico, and China
11/19/04  New York's Museum of Modern Art Reopens
11/19/04  Call for Entries: National Aids Memorial Design Competition
11/19/04  William J. Clinton Presidential Center Opens
11/19/04  Madison Square Garden Selects Firm for Comprehensive Renovation
11/18/04  A Tribute to Ezra Stoller
11/17/04  U.S. Back at World's Fair, But Without Government Support
11/16/04  Taniguchi Chosen for Asia House Project in Houston
11/15/04  Miami Architect Sues Donald Trump for Copyright Violation
11/12/04  Whitney Museum Unveils Models of Renzo Piano's Museum Expansion
11/11/04  Initial Plan for New York City East Side Waterfront Project Nearing Completion
11/11/04  UK's Royal Institute of British Architects and Victoria & Albert Museum Open New Architecture Gallery
11/11/04  Glass Panels Crack at London's City Hall
11/11/04  Architect Sues David Childs and SOM Over Freedom Tower Design
11/09/04  Urban Land Institute Names 2004 Excellence Award Winners
11/09/04  City Lights Competition Envisions New Street Lights for New York
11/09/04  Several Art Schools in China Starting New Architecture Programs
11/09/04  Renovated La Scala to Reopen
11/05/04  A Look Back: 7 World Trade Center Tops Out
11/05/04  Jacksonville, Florida Mayor Fires Courthouse Design Team
11/02/04  Libeskind Gets First China Project
11/02/04  World's Tallest Building About to Open
October 2004
10/29/04  Architect Alexander Kouzmanoff Dies
10/27/04  Egypt's Largest Green Space Opens to the Public
10/25/04  Joy, Polshek Win Cooper Hewitt-Design Awards for Architecture
10/25/04  Construction to Begin on New Arts Plaza by Maya Lin
10/22/04  New Tax Law Will Give Tax Cuts to Architects and Engineers
10/22/04  Interim Results of World Trade Center Investigation "Exonerates" Twin Towers' Design in Sept. 11, 2001 Collapse
10/20/04  New Initiative Supports Green Affordable Housing
10/18/04  Winning Team Announced for Kansas City Sports Arena
10/18/04  "Gherkin" Wins RIBA Stirling Prize
10/15/04  Cesar Pelli & Associates Designing New Science Museum In Hartford, Connecticut
10/14/04  Hadid Designing Museum in Glasgow
10/13/04  Gehry, Snøhetta Chosen to Design Cultural Facilities at Ground Zero
10/11/04  Paris Unveils New Landmark In Attempt To Lure 2012 Games
10/11/04  New Web Site Showcases China's "Bad Architecture"
10/11/04  Art Exhibition at JFK Airport's TWA Terminal Abruptly Shut Down
10/08/04  Philip Johnson Announces Retirement
10/07/04  Richard Meier Designing $1 Billion Hotel-Condo Complex in Las Vegas
10/07/04  High Line Announces Design Team and New Funding
10/07/04  Frei Otto Wins RIBA Gold Medal
10/07/04  Silverstein and Libeskind Reach Settlement on Freedom Tower Design Fees
10/04/04  Federal Committee Recommends Removing Soldier Field From List of National Historic Landmarks
10/04/04  Morphosis' Caltrans Station Opens in Los Angeles
10/04/04  Peter Cook Joins HOK
10/04/04  Beijing Hosts First Architecture Biennial
September 2004
August 2004
July 2004
07/30/04  Princess Diana Memorial in London Closes Due to Safety Concerns
07/28/04  Postal Service Releases R. Buckminster Fuller Stamp
07/28/04  Syracuse University Starting First Masters Degree Program for Arts Journalism
07/28/04  Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Splitting into Three Firms
07/26/04  Two Major UK Projects Apparently Shelved
07/23/04  Columbia Chooses Architecture Dean
07/23/04  Urban Planner David A. Wallace Dies
07/23/04  Friends of the High Line Unveils Finalists' Designs
07/22/04  Architecture for Humanity Kicks off Latest Design Competition
07/21/04  Calatrava's "Sundial Bridge" Opens In Redding, California
07/21/04  New Design for New York's Javits Center includes 22-Acre Green Roof
07/20/04  Chicago's Millenium Park Opens
07/19/04  D.C. Officials Authorize Gehry's Expansion of the Corcoran Gallery of Art
07/14/04  Libeskind Sues Silverstein over Payments at Ground Zero
07/12/04  Allied Works Unveils Addition Design for University of Michigan Museum of Art
07/12/04  LA’s Famed Hollywood Bowl Starts the 2004 Season with a New Look and Sound
07/12/04  Madrid's Cultural Facilities Getting into Gear with New Museums and Renovations
07/12/04  Rick Joy, Polshek Partnership, and Rafael Viñoly Among National Design Award Finalists
07/08/04  Restoration of Murals and Stained Glass Begins at Boston's Trinity Church
07/06/04  Freedom Tower Cornerstone Laid on July 4
07/02/04  Neutra's Cyclorama Center in Gettysburg Facing Demolition
07/01/04  GMAC Provides $320 Million Loan to Developers of New York Times Building
07/01/04  Despite Opposition, Complex Will go up Next to Rudolph Schindler House
07/01/04  Work Under Way on Hunter Museum of Art Addition in Chattanooga
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June 2004
May 2004
05/28/04  Zaha Hadid Wins Competition in Bilbao, Spain
05/28/04  Finalists for the $1.2 Billion Project in Downtown Los Angeles Announced
05/27/04  SOM Designs New World's Tallest Skyscraper
05/26/04  Beijing Safety Fears After Paris Tragedy
05/26/04  National Trust Names 11 Most Endangered Places
05/26/04  Finalists Named for $1.2 Billion Downtown L.A. Project
05/25/04  New Dean of Tulane University's School of Architecture Appointed
05/25/04  Investigations Resume at Paris Airport Terminal
05/24/04  Investigators Probe Collapse of Paris Airport Concourse
05/20/04  New Toronto Waterfront Plans Gaining Momentum
05/20/04  UNESCO Declares Tel Aviv World Heritage Site for Bauhaus Architecture
05/20/04  Newspaper Report Names Winner of San Diego Bayfront Competition
05/19/04  New Plans Making London A Skyscraper Capital
05/19/04  MIT's Stata Center Opens, Raises Questions about Cost Control
05/14/04  Senate Passes Tax Bill With Breaks for Design Firms
05/13/04  Paris Unveils Finalists' Designs for Redesign of Les Halles
05/11/04  Workers begin to Install Athens Olympic Stadium Roof
05/06/04  Piano's Design for Los Angeles County Museum of Art Receives Approval
05/04/04  Court Decision Leaves Developer Less Insurance Money At Ground Zero
05/04/04  David Chipperfield Designing Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa
05/04/04  Studio Gang Architects Wins Contest to Build Environmental Center In Chicago
05/03/04  Rome Building Holocaust Museum Inside Mussolini's Villa
05/03/04  Herzog & de Meuron Designing Philharmonic Hall For Hamburg, Germany
April 2004
04/30/04  National World War II Memorial Opens in Washington D.C
04/30/04  Four Teams Shortlisted For Vietnam Veterans Memorial Education Center
04/28/04  Andrew Doolan, A Top Scottish Architect, Dies
04/28/04  WTC Memorial Designer Michael Arad Takes Partnership at Gary Edward Handel + Associates
04/27/04  Richard Meier Designing Another Luxury Tower on New York's Hudson River
04/26/04  Seven Teams Short-Listed To Redesign New York's High Line
04/23/04  Boston Planning New Developments Above and Around the "Big Dig"
04/21/04  Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Dismisses Its President
04/21/04  Controversial Holocaust Museum, Evocative of Concentration Camp, Opens in Michigan
04/20/04  Brooklyn Museum of Art Opens New Entry Pavilion and Public Spaces
04/20/04  Judge Throws Out Preservationists' Suit Against Sale and Redesign of 2 Columbus Circle
04/15/04  Davis Brody Bond to Join WTC Memorial Team
04/15/04  Cornell Names New Dean for College of Architecture, Art and Planning
04/13/04  First Design Unveiled for Lincoln Center's Redevelopment
04/13/04  Denver Museum of Contemporary Art Names David Adjaye as Architect for its Permanent Building
04/12/04  London's Royal Albert Hall and English National Opera's Coliseum Get Extensive Makeovers
04/08/04  Advisory Committee Named to Oversee Development of World Trade Center Memorial Center
04/07/04  Renowned California Architect Pierre Koenig Dies
04/06/04  Yale Art Gallery to Undergo Extensive Renovations
04/06/04  James Carpenter Chosen to Contribute to Fulton Street Transit Center in Lower Manhattan
04/02/04  Skyscraper Museum Opens in Lower Manhattan
04/01/04  Daniel Libeskind Discussses The State of his World Trade Center Master Plan
March 2004
February 2004
02/27/04  Deutsche Bank Building Next to Ground Zero Will Come Down
02/27/04  AIA Names Seven New Honorary Members
02/25/04  Landscape Architect Daniel Urban Kiley Dies at 91
02/25/04  Robert A.M. Stern Unveils Plans for American Revolution Center At Valley Forge
02/25/04  Inside Out Wins Competition to Design Park in Milan, Italy
02/24/04  39 Teams Vie To Design Vietnam Veterans Memorial’s New Education Center
02/24/04  Art Center College of Design in Pasadena Ends Contract with Alvaro Siza to Design its Expansion. Frank Gehry Will Take Over.
02/24/04  New York’s Center For Architecture Displays Model of World Trade Center Freedom Tower
02/24/04  Peter Walker and Mel Chin Selected To Design Plaza For Blanton Museum of Art
02/23/04  Richard Rogers' Partnership Unveils Design For New London Skyscraper
02/23/04  Green Building Gets Star Treatment
02/19/04  LMDC Launches Online Exhibition of All World Trade Center Memorial Submissions
02/19/04  Devrouax & Purnell and ROMA Design Group Hired to Design Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial
02/19/04  Coop Himmelb(l)au to Design Headquarters for European Central Bank in Frankfurt, Germany
02/17/04  Maki Chosen To Design New UN Building
02/17/04  Libeskind to Design Dali Museum in Prague
02/17/04  Austin Scraps Plans For New Art Museum
02/13/04  Lee Bey leaving Chicago Planning Post for SOM
02/12/04  AIA Names 2004 President
02/12/04  AIA Names Winners of its Young Architects Award
02/11/04  Hotel Architect William Tabler Dies
02/11/04  Sydney Opera House To Get Exterior Improvements
02/10/04  Shigeru Ban Architects Wins Competition To Build New Pompidou Centre in Metz, France
02/10/04  Cesar Pelli’s "Red" Building Gets Approval In Los Angeles
02/05/04  New York's Time Warner Center Opens With Black Tie Gala
02/05/04  LMDC Announces Short List of Lower Manhattan Airport Rail Access Options
02/05/04  Elemental Housing Competition in Chile Announces Winner
02/05/04  St. Paul Ice Palace Amazes Crowds in Minnesota
02/02/04  Joseph Fujikawa, Renowned Chicago Architect, dies at 81
January 2004
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