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December 2007
November 2007
October 2007
10/31/07  Sleuthing Forgotten Works of Architecture
10/30/07  LEED-for-Homes to Launch at Greenbuild
10/29/07  Slide showRisky Business: Oslo Redeveloping Harbor
10/26/07  David Adjaye's MCA/Denver Opens
10/26/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: October 20 – October 26, 2007
10/25/07  Construction Slide Could Continue in 2008
10/25/07  Penn Sprouts Down-to-Earth Green Roof
10/24/07  Red Sox Pursue Series and Carbon Reduction
10/23/07  Dutch Architects Imagine a Waterworld Future
10/22/07  German Team Wins 2007 Solar Decathlon
10/22/07  Waiting for Godot in New Orleans
10/19/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: October 13 – October 19, 2007
10/18/07  Should Architects Self-Certify Building Plans?
10/18/07  Perkins + Will Debunks Antilia Myths
10/17/07  Kisho Kurokawa Dies at 73
10/16/07  NOLA Gets Boost from Brad Pitt's Housing Group
10/15/07  Glass: Transparent, Translucent, and Ironic
10/12/07  Perkins + Will Adds Guenther 5
10/12/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: October 6 – October 12, 2007
10/11/07  Home-Plate Home: Ballparks Attract Condos
10/10/07  Downsize Me! Shrinking the McMansion Diet
10/09/07  I-35W Contract Awarded, Conceptual Design Unveiled
10/08/07  Muschamp, Former Times Critic, Dies at 59
10/08/07  Stirling Goes to Chipperfield—With a Twist
10/05/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: September 29 – October 5, 2007
10/05/07  Grand Rapids Opens a Home of Its Own
10/04/07  National Chains Rattle Jane Jacobs’ Ghost in NYC
10/03/07  Battle Rages Over Neutra’s Cyclorama Center
10/02/07  Sincere Flattery or Something Worse?

10/01/07  Can Architects Fix Construction’s “Busted Budgets”?
September 2007
09/28/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: September 22 – September 28, 2007
09/27/07  Slide showLess is More to Restore at Mies’ Tugendhat Villa
09/26/07  Guggenheim Restoration Has the Wright Stuff
09/25/07  Breuer’s Grosse Pointe Library to Be Spared?
09/25/07  Gazprom, Renamed Okhta, Still Rankles UNESCO
09/24/07  Heatherwick to Design U.K.'s Shanghai 2010 Pavilion
09/24/07  Green's the New Color at Harvard and Yale
09/21/07  Pelli-Hines Team Picked for Transbay
09/21/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: September 15 – September 21, 2007
09/20/07  Storefront Celebrates 25 Years
09/19/07  Slide showREX Marks Its First Year
09/18/07  Stantec Acquires Chong Partners
09/18/07  Breuer-Designed Wolfson House on the Block
09/17/07  Polshek Fuses Media and Architecture
09/14/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: September 8 – September 14, 2007
09/14/07  Philly Museum of Art Expansion Opens
09/13/07  Coop Himmelb(l)au High Not Yet in Session
09/12/07  X-Seed Inspires Tall Tales
09/12/07  Concrete Progress Made in Ghana
09/11/07  Slide showSustainability Heads South of the Border
09/10/07  Williams Tsien to Design Barnes' New Space
09/07/07  Silverstein Unveils Detailed WTC Plans and Timetable
09/07/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: September 1 – September 7, 2007
09/07/07  Tempe’s "Little Sydney Opera House" Opens
09/06/07  Client Secrecy: Between Iraq and a Hard Place
09/05/07  Slide showAga Khan Award Winners for 2007 Named
09/04/07  Slide showSpaceport America: Foster, URS's Final Frontier
09/04/07  Slide showBuckminster Fuller Challenge Launched
August 2007

08/31/07  The 1% Helps Do-Gooders Do More Than 1%
08/31/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: August 25 – August 31, 2007
08/30/07  Slide showPittsburgh’s New Arena: Back to the Future?
08/30/07  Shelby Farms to Be a "21st-Century Park"
08/29/07  Stern to Design Bush Presidential Library
08/28/07  Chennai Airport to be India’s Greenest
08/28/07  Slide showAirports Eye Blast Protection Systems
08/27/07  Slide showConey Island Poised for Redevelopment
08/27/07  Parking Garages Driven to Good Design
08/24/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: August 18 – August 24, 2007
08/24/07  Pack a Trowel, It’s Masonry Camp for Architects
08/23/07  Slide showMexican Museum to Foster Tolerance
08/22/07  Slide showPoland Ready for Its Close-Up
08/22/07  Harvard GSD Hires Mostafavi as Dean
08/21/07  Columbia’s Harlem Plan Gets Cold Reception
08/21/07  Mechanic’s Overhaul Stalls
08/20/07  Slide showAction Jackson: Mississippi Downtown Booms
08/17/07  Saarinen’s Gateway Arch Celebrated in Documentary
08/17/07  Russell Johnson, Artec’s Founder, Dies at 83
08/17/07  AudioNews Highlights of the Week: August 11 – August 17, 2007
08/16/07  Slide showWhitney Designs Downtown as Neighbors Fume
08/15/07  Transbay Proposals Up for Comment
08/15/07  Slide showWater Walls Shore Up Digital Creativity
08/14/07  Shigeru Ban Bridges Stone and Cardboard
08/14/07  Balmori Stitches Together Bilbao’s Iconic Fabric
08/13/07  Searching for a Non-Architect... of the Capitol?
08/13/07  Lights, Camera... Alsop!
08/10/07  Slide showHadid Makes Her New York Stage Debut
08/10/07  Brutal Overhaul for Baltimore’s Mechanic Theater?
08/10/07  News Highlights of the Week: August 4 – August 10, 2007
08/09/07  SmithGroup Buys Area Design
08/09/07  Gas Stations Go Green, from Fuel to Finishes
08/08/07  BusinessWeek and Architectural Record Announce 2007 Awards
08/07/07  Rome’s Gas Stations Get High-Octane Makeover
08/06/07  Piano’s Revised LACMA Expansion Underway
08/06/07  Capsule Tower’s Demolition Stalls
08/03/07  News Highlights of the Week: July 28 – August 3, 2007
08/02/07  Endless Summer—Parisian Style
08/02/07  Kazakhstani Has Tall Plans for Toronto
08/01/07  Dr. Strangelove Finds Home In Cold War Relic
08/01/07  Avant Garde Shortlist Unveiled for New Russian Museum

July 2007

07/31/07  Foster’s Masdar City More Than a Mirage?
07/30/07  Kohn Responds to WTC5 Criticisms
07/30/07  On the Waterfront—in Yonkers
07/27/07  News Highlights of the Week: July 21 – July 27, 2007
07/26/07  Leeser Wins Mammoth Museum Competition
07/26/07  Stirling Prize Short List Announced
07/26/07  Perkins + Will Buys Rozeboom Miller
07/25/07  Worker Abuse Alleged in the U.A.E.
07/24/07  Burj Dubai Breaks Record... and Keeps Going
07/24/07  Cities Juggle New Condos with Industrial Base
07/23/07  California Redevelopments Move Forward
07/20/07  News Highlights of the Week: July 14 – July 20, 2007
07/19/07  MoMA Hires Lepik to Architecture Department
07/18/07  Coop Himmelb(l)au's Akron Addition Opens
07/18/07  Rival Vision for Harlem Challenges Columbia Plan
07/17/07  George Yu, Vanguard Architect, Dies at 43
07/16/07  SOM, Foster, and KPF to Remake Penn Station
07/13/07  Harlem Office Tower Will Be the First in Decades
07/13/07  News Highlights of the Week: July 7 – July 13, 2007
07/12/07  Piano Designing Kimbell Expansion
07/11/07  Taliesin Regains Accreditation
07/10/07  Pedestrians Gain a Leg Up in Rome
07/09/07  Is Kahn’s FDR Memorial Back on Track?
07/06/07  RTKL Acquired by Arcadis
07/06/07  News Highlights of the Week: June 30 – July 6, 2007
07/06/07  Slide showVictims of Terrorist Attacks Memorialized
07/05/07  Still the World’s Tallest… Illuminated Structure
07/03/07  Boston’s Mayor Revives Plans for New City Hall
07/02/07  Razing Arizona: Phoenix Modern Threatened

June 2007

06/29/07  Seeking Public Comment on Standard 189P
06/29/07  News Highlights of the Week: June 23 – June 29, 2007
06/28/07  Foster Forges Ahead in Russia, Despite Delays
06/28/07  NCARB Changes IDP, ARE Sequencing Requirement
06/27/07  LeMessurier, Talented Engineer, Dies at 81
06/27/07  Virtual Old House Masks a New One
06/26/07  Margaret Helfand, Noted Female Architect, Dies at 59
06/25/07  Bush Library Architect Selection Begins
06/25/07  New Yorkers Mull Visions for Governors Island
06/22/07  Saitowitz/Natoma’s Tampa Museum Approved
06/22/07  News Highlights of the Week: June 16 – June 22, 2007
06/21/07  New Day Dawns for Chinese Writing on the Wall
06/20/07  New Orleans Musicians Get Sound New Housing
06/20/07  ABI Chugs Along, But Inquiries Show Strength
06/19/07  It’s Official: RMJM Acquires Hillier
06/18/07  Piano, SOM’s Columbia Plan Stirs Controversy
06/18/07  LACMA to Collect Houses—or Maybe Not
06/15/07  News Highlights of the Week: June 9 – June 15, 2007
06/14/07  National Trust Announces 11 Most Endangered Places
06/14/07  Aging Moderns Still Prove Controversial
06/13/07  RMJM Acquiring Hillier Architecture?
06/13/07  Oubrerie’s Miller House Vandalized
06/12/07  Foster Redevelopments Begin in Moscow
06/11/07  Politics, History Bedevil Jerusalem Projects
06/11/07  Sir Colin Wilson, Noted British Architect, Dies at 85
06/08/07  “Sky Gateway” Could Be Closed to High Rises
06/08/07  News Highlights of the Week: June 2 – June 8, 2007
06/07/07  Slide showVan Alen Names Winners of Gateway Competition
06/06/07  Autodesk Buying NavisWorks, But Questions Linger
06/06/07  Slide showA Baker's Dozen New U.S. Landmarks Unveiled
06/06/07  World Monuments Fund Unveils 2008 Watch List
06/05/07  The Jury’s Out on Courthouse Design
06/05/07  Williams Tsien Wins Chicago Competition
06/04/07  NYC and London Ponder Long-Term Sustainability
06/04/07  Libeskind’s Crystal ROM Opens
06/01/07  News Highlights of the Week: May 26 – June 1, 2007

May 2007
05/31/07  Crouching Olympics, Hidden Preservation
05/30/07  Minneapolis Architecture Critic Cut
05/29/07  Jazzing Up Seniors Housing
05/29/07  Boomers Teeter at Edge of Vision Crisis
05/25/07  New Plans Hatched for Saving Rudolph’s Legacy
05/25/07  News Highlights of the Week: May 19 – May 25, 2007
05/24/07  WTC Insurance Claims Settled
05/24/07  Buildings Figure Large in PlaNYC
05/24/07  Louisiana Recovery Continues to Hit Snags
05/23/07  Glass House Opens to Public
05/23/07  AIA’s ABI Steady On—For Now
05/22/07  AIA/HUD Award Winners for 2007 Named
05/22/07  Kalach’s Mexico City Library Shuttered
05/21/07  Interviews from the AIA Convention Floor
05/21/07  Shortlist for British Pavilion Announced
05/21/07  Denis Kuhn, FAIA, Noted Preservationist, Dies at 65
05/18/07  News Highlights of the Week: May 12 – May 18, 2007
05/17/07  Clinton Creates $5 Billion Green Building Program
05/16/07  Rotterdam Biennale Opens Next Week
05/16/07  Architects Urged to Seize Power
05/15/07  NYC’s Revamped Building Code Unveiled
05/14/07  Cincinnati Art Museum Announces Shortlist
05/14/07  Van Valkenburgh to Remake 2,400 Acres in Toronto
05/14/07  Kroloff Departs Tulane for Cranbrook
05/14/07  Barkow Leibinger Wins the 2007 Marcus Prize
05/11/07  News Highlights of the Week: May 5 – May 11, 2007
05/11/07  Foster + Partners Restructures
05/10/07  Seattle’s Open Spaces Nab Several Awards
05/10/07  AIA Elects Leadership for 2008 and 2009
05/09/07  Gore, in AIA Keynote, Urges Pollution Penalty
05/08/07  Creative Time Still Creative—Elsewhere
05/07/07  China Cracks Down on Copycat Architects
05/04/07  News Highlights of the AIA 2007 National Convention
05/03/07  AIA’s Jefferson Award Comes Full Circle
05/03/07  AIA Awards Latrobe Prize to Flood Research
05/02/07  Remember Not to Touch the Alamo
05/02/07  AIA Will Green Its Headquarters
05/01/07  KPF Mourns Passing of Gregory Clement, 56
April 2007
04/30/07  Kurokawa’s Capsule Tower To Be Razed
04/27/07  Barnes Announces Shortlist for New Building
04/27/07  News Highlights of the Week: April 21 – April 27, 2007
04/27/07  San Antonio Chapter Prepares for AIA Convention
04/26/07  Serpentine Unveils Thorsen and Eliasson Design
04/26/07  Macaulay and Driehaus Receive Soane Foundation Honors
04/25/07  Little-Known Law Could Cost Architects Plenty
04/25/07  Diversity Slowly Increasing Within the Profession
04/24/07  Slide showAIA COTE Announces 2007 Top Ten Green Projects
04/24/07  Laurie Baker, Architect for India’s Poor, Dies at 90
04/23/07  Nouvel Wins Competition for Paris Symphony Hall
04/23/07  APA Planners Agree Green Space Is Key to Cities
04/20/07   Houses of the Holy
04/20/07  News Highlights of the Week: April 14 – April 20, 2007
04/20/07  Calatrava’s Chicago Spire Wins Approval
04/19/07  Preservation Movement Grows in South Lebanon
04/18/07  Ikea Enters U.K.’s Prefab Housing Market
04/17/07  Archive Offers Engineer’s View of Twin Towers
04/17/07  Climate Shifts for Tackling Climate Change
04/16/07  30 Architects Sound Off about New York’s Future
04/16/07  Buildings Fingered in NYC Carbon Inventory
04/16/07  Neutra Selling Firm’s Last Commercial Building
04/15/07  ABI Tracks Slowdown
04/13/07  Hadid Wins Jefferson Medal in Architecture
04/13/07  News Highlights of the Week: April 7 – April 13, 2007
04/12/07  Skywalk Gives Costly View of Grand Canyon
04/12/07  Architecture Goes Open-Source
04/11/07  Repairs at Denver Art Museum Set to Begin
04/11/07  Sustainability Takes Off at LAX
04/10/07  Architect’s Newspaper Hires and Promotes
04/10/07  Lighting Design Pioneer Jules Horton Dies at 87
04/10/07  Freedom Tower Questioned Amid Rising Costs
04/09/07  AIA/ALA Announce Library Design Awards
04/09/07  Kurokawa Loses Tokyo Election
04/06/07  News Highlights of the Week: March 31 – April 6, 2007
04/06/07  Piano Exits Controversial Boston Project
04/05/07  Academy of Arts and Letters Names Prize-Winners
04/05/07  Kimbell Taps Piano for Expansion
04/05/07  Shanghai Prepares for 2010 World Expo
04/04/07  McDonough Opens Bay Area Office
04/03/07  Alsop Makes U.S. Debut in Yonkers
04/03/07  Herzog & de Meuron’s Tate Modern Expansion Approved
04/02/07  Hitoshi Abe Takes Helm at UCLA
March 2007
03/30/07  News Highlights of the Week: March 24 – March 30, 2007
03/29/07  Slide showGSA Bestows Design Awards for 2006
03/29/07  Slide showRichard Rogers Wins the 2007 Pritzker Architecture Prize
03/28/07  Architect Kisho Kurokawa Launches Campaign for Governor of Tokyo
03/27/07  Ball-Nogues Selected in MoMA/P.S. 1 Young Architects Competition
03/26/07  Students Dancing on Cloud Nine in Revamped School of American Ballet Studios
03/23/07  Jeff Speck, NEA Director of Design, Resigns
03/23/07  Serpentine Delays Pavilion Design by Otto in Favor of Snøhetta’s Thorsen
03/23/07  News Highlights of the Week: March 17 – March 23, 2007
03/22/07  Foster’s NYC Globe Theater Goes Once More Unto the Breach
03/21/07  The Guthrie Spurs Development on Minneapolis Riverfront
03/20/07  USGBC Decision on Vinyl Suggests New Approach for Materials Evaluation
03/19/07  Barnes Foundation Launches Search for an Architect to Design Philadelphia Museum
03/16/07  Thomas Galloway, Dean of Georgia Tech's College of Architecture, Remembered
03/16/07  Modernism Exhibition Explores the Movement's Beginnings
03/16/07  News Highlights of the Week: March 10 – March 16, 2007
03/15/07  Rudolph Building, Eyed for Piano Skyscraper, Gets Temporary Stay of Execution
03/15/07  Space Age Restaurant at LAX Closes After Shedding Stucco Skin
03/14/07  Gehry Expands His Weisman Art Museum
03/13/07  Denise Scott Brown Awarded the Vilcek Prize for Arts and Humanities
03/12/07  Arquitectonica’s Columbia Memorial Space Learning Center to Break Ground This Month
03/09/07  News Highlights of the Week: March 3 – March 9, 2007
03/09/07  AIA Names Its Housing Award Winners for 2007
03/09/07  Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square, by Viljo Revell, Will Receive a Makeover
03/08/07  Parrish Art Museum Scales Back Plans for a New Building by Herzog and de Meuron
03/07/07  Slide showLouvre Lends Its Name and Artwork to Nouvel-Designed Museum in Abu Dhabi
03/06/07  Exhibition Puts Prefab Into Perspective
03/05/07  Schools of the 21st Century Symposium: Building green not necessarily in opposition to cost
03/05/07  The Good, the Bad, the Remaking of a Libera-Designed Cinema for Ennio Morricone
03/02/07  News Highlights of the Week: February 24 – March 2, 2007
03/01/07  AIA Announces Its Newest Fellows
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