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In Our April 2009 Issue

April 1, 2009

By Jenna M. McKnight

The Architect Is In: An Unemployed Designer Gets Creative

Below is a roundup of the news stories either featured or mentioned in the April 2009 print edition of RECORD. The indicates that you can only read the full story online. 

Photo © Mohini Patel Glanz


  The Architect Is In: An Unemployed Designer Gets Creative
  How Will Historic Buildings Fare During the Economic Downturn
  Wright Landmark Gets a Modern Pavilion by Mori Slide show
  J. Max Bond Jr., Influential Architects, Dies
  Earl Flansburgh, Prominent Boston Architect, Dies
  Sverre Fehn, 1997 Pritzker Winner, Dead at 84
  Herzog & de Meuron Tapped for Bank Headquarters in Madrid
  Holls Wins Half-Million Dollar Spanish Prize
  Parsons Students Transform a Rooftop in the Bronx Slide show
  SU Names Winners of “Green Home” Competition
  UNStudio Designs Pavilion for NYC’s Battery Park
  Green Materials Proving to Be Economically Sustainable
  UL Plugs Into Sustainable Design
  Donated Materials a “Godsend” for Design Schools
  Harvard Students Take BMW Concept for a Test Run Slide show
  Is the Green-Building Market Recession-Proof?
  Newsmaker Interview: Peter Morris
  NCARB Leader to Step Down
  AIA Announces Names of 112 New Fellows
  Architectural Billings Index Posts Slight Gain
  Economic Survival Sessions Added to AIA Convention Schedule
  Imagining Recovery Competition Thinks Big
  Affordable Housing Gets a Big Financial Boost
  AIA/ALA Name Winners of Library Design Awards Slide show

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