In Our July 2010 Issue: News Roundup

July 1, 2010

By Jenna M. McKnight

Winners of AIA/HUD Awards Announced

Below is a roundup of news stories featured in the July 2010 print edition of RECORD. To stay on top of the news, be sure to check out our blogs, First Word and News Notebook, along with our daily news wire, which features stories from major media sources around the globe. 

Photo © Jeffrey Peters/Vantage Point Photography


  Architects + Public Housing: Yes, You Can
  Video Interview: HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan Slide show
  Winners of AIA/HUD Awards Announced
  Affordable Housing Goes Green in the Bronx
  Video Interview: Jonathan Rose, Prominent Green Developer Slide show
  Setting a Good Example in a Threatened Historic District Slide show
  Finalists for 2010 Aga Khan Award Announced Slide show
  Trust Reveals Endangered Sites for 2010 Slide show
  Trust Names a New President, Stephanie Meeks
  Yamasaki Archives Saved From Destruction Slide show
  Lutron Illuminates the Past Slide show
Newsmaker: Eva Franch I Gilabert
  Vinoly’s New Domino Plan Wins Key Approval
  NYC Skyscraper Earns LEED Platinum
  Design Experts Convene for Haiti Conference
  David Dillon, Noted Critic and RECORD Contributor, Dies
  William Mitchell, Former MIT Architecture Dean, Dies Slide show
  Architectural Billings Index Slips


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