Architecture News October 2009

World Architecture News – October 2009 : Buildings across the Globe, Images

Global Architecture News October 2009

Architectural Design Developments – World Built Environment

Global Architectural News – Oct 2009

World Architectural Projects – Highlights in Oct 2009

Burnham Pavilions, Chicago : Close Sunday Night
Burnham Pavilion Millennium Park
images courtesy of Zaha Hadid Architects © Michelle Litvin
The bold, cutting-edge architectural statements by Amsterdam-based UNStudio and London-based Zaha Hadid Architects drew attention around the world and helped engage people throughout metropolitan Chicago in the hundreds of other exhibits, events and programs organized by 250 partner organizations commemorating the Burnham Plan Centennial.

Natural Science Center, Denmark : NORD Architects

Yas Hotel Abu Dhabi : Asymptote Architecture

Xiling Cable-Car Station : Sutherland Hussey Architects

486 Mina El Hosn, the Tower that looks at Beirut : LAN Architecture

Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago : Demolition of Walter Gropius Buildings

Ashmolean Museum Oxford, England : Rick Mather Architects

Cité du Design Saint-Étienne, France : LIN Finn Geipel + Giulia Andi

The World Village of Women Sports, Sweden : BIG

Beijing CBD, China : SOM

Hedorf Kollegium Frederiksberg, Denmark : KHR arkitekter

Zaha Hadid Exhibition Padua, Italy : Major Retrospective

Regal Tower, Birmingham : Aedas

House of Music in Aalborg, Denmark : COOP HIMMELB(L)AU

Maggie’s London – photos added : Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

Prism Gallery, Los Angeles : P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S

American Embassy, London – Listed : Eero Saarinen

Stadskantoor Rotterdam, The Netherlands : Office for Metropolitan Architecture

Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, New York : Susan T. Rodriguez / Polshek Partnership Architects

Herning Center of the Arts, Denmark – photos : Steven Holl Architects

Centrifugal Villa, USA : OBRA Architects

Yeosu expo pavilion, Korea : Studio Nicoletti Associati

British Embassy Warsaw, Poland : Tony Fretton Architects

Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dallas : Foster + Partners

Neues Museum, Berlin : Official Reopening

Wyly Theatre Dallas, USA : Joshua Prince-Ramus + Rem Koolhaas

Weisman Art Museum, Minneapolis : Frank Gehry

Healthcare Center Nørrebro, Copenhagen : NORD

Kurilpa Bridge – world’s largest tensegrity bridge, Brisbane : Cox Rayner + Arup

Tianjin Bridge Culture Museum, China : Beijing Sunlay Architectural Design

Stonehenge Visitor Facilities, England : Denton Corker Marshall

The Why Factory, Holland : New think tank

London 2012 Velodrome, UK : Progress

RIBA Gold Medal 2010 : I M Pei wins

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Architecture News Sep 2009

Emirates Stadium

Steven Holl

Birmingham Magistrates Court

Cathedral of Christ the Light

Buildings / photos for the World Architecture News 2009 page welcome

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