In Our January 2010 Issue: News Roundup

January 1, 2010

By Jenna M. McKnight

The Burj Dubai, the world’s tallest building

Below is a roundup of news stories featured in the January 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 courtesy SOM


  Now Introducing the Burj Dubai
  World’s Tallest Buildings Reconsidered
  Stern Unveils Design for Bush Library Slide show
  One of Boston’s Largest Firms Shuttered
  AIA Announces Award Winners
  Hoberman’s “Transformable Design” Gains Momentum
  Tower by SOM Rising in Seoul
  The Wright Opens at the Guggenheim
  Master of the Metropolis: Amanda Burden
  CO2 Cube Debuts in Copenhagen Slide show
  Global Architecture Awards: Emerging Nations Grab Limelight Slide show
  Sejima to Direct Venice Biennale
  Prominent Seattle Firms Pares Down Its Name
  Five Designers Win $50,000 Grants
  Young Danes Think Big
  Billings Index Drops


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