In Our March 2010 Issue: News Roundup
Below is a roundup of news stories featured in the March 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.
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SANAA Designs Artificial Landscape
Long-Awaited Ground Breaking for Hadid’s Broad Museum
A New Genre Rises in Shanghai
New Prize Will Recognize Best Drawing of Historic Site
On the Boards: Markthal Rotterdam
On the Boards: One New Change
On the Boards: Ferrari World
Newsmaker: Bill Moggridge
AIA Members Lobby Congress
A Once Eminent Firm Meets a Bitter End
“Urban Umbrella” Could Soon Surround NYC Sites
Norval White, Preservationist Pioneer, Dies
Jan Gleason, Leader of Nonprofit Firm, Dies
George Bissell, Noted California Architect, Dies
How Can Architects Contribute to Haiti Disaster Relief?
Minority Architects Mobilize to Help Haiti
Awards Honor Best Russian Buildings
Pei Nabs RIBA Gold Medal
Gehry Quits Jerusalem Project
Shifting Perspectives in Boston
Construction Spending Slump to Persist
Saudi Arabia Terminal Wins 25-Year Award
Billings Index Drops
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