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In Our June 2009 Issue

June 1, 2009

By Jenna M. McKnight

National Trust Announces 11 Most Endangered Sites

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

Photo courtesy National Trust For Historic Preservation

 

  National Trust Announces 11 Most Endangered Sites Slide show
  Demolition Day Nears for Rudolph’s Riverview High School
  Lawsuit Aims to Prevent Razing of New Orleans District
  Wrecking Ball to Swing on “Mission 66” Visitor Center Slide show
  Tschumi-Designed Acropolis Museum Opens At Last
  SCAD Comes to the Rescue of Atlanta’s Ivy Hall Slide show
  On the Boards: Exchange Palace
  On the Boards: BAM Cultural District Slide show
  On the Boards: P.S. 122
  In the Western U.S., Architects Hit Hard by Recession
  Architects in the South Feel the Economic Pinch
  Midwest Architects Slog Through Economic Downturn
  Federal Stimulus Offers Hope for Struggling Architects in the Northeast
  AIA Cuts Expenses
  In China, Hadid’s Opera House Catches Fire
  Brad Pitt Selects More Architects for “Make It Right” Project
  Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibition Opens at Guggenheim Slide show
  Winners of 2009 National Design Awards Announced Slide show
  Hunt Is On for World’s Best Architecture
  RMJM Launches Sports Studio
  AIA Updates Construction Manager Software/Documents
  Architectural Billings Index Shows Signs of Hope
  ARRA Funding Stimulates Austin Courthouse Project

 

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