The Architect's Newspaper
Issue 18_04.30.2012

  TOP STORIES @ ARCHPAPER.COM:
Feature> Regionalism Now: Reconsidering placemaking in the age of globalization.
Figueroa Comeback: Los Angeles finds a way to make corridor plan happen.
State of the Union: Shortlisted teams unveil vision boards for LA's Union Station area.
Well Practiced: PennPraxis celebrates ten years transforming Philly planning.
Working in the Shadows: Did the Pritzker slight Wang Shu's wife, Lu Wenyu?
Recreation and Ruins: Mill remnants define planned riverfront park in Minneapolis.
 

  THIS WEEK'S DIARY

Monday:
The South Bronx Greenway: Revitalization of an Urban Waterfront
(New York, Event)

Tuesday:
Anne Fougeron: Opposition/Composition
(San Francisco, Event)

Wendesday:
Eventually Everything: The 2012 D-Crit Conference
(New York, Conference)

Thursday:
Architecture & the Media #2: Design Reportage
(New York, Event)

Friday:
Daniel C. Waugh: The Many Facets in the Worlds of Islam
(Seattle, WA, Lecture)

Saturday:
Transhistoria By So-Il
(Queens, NY, Event)















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Product of the Week
MOSStile
by Benetti Stone



MOSStile is a maintenance-free vertical-garden tile made using real lichen on a resin base. Because the plant needs no irrigation, fertilization, or natural light, it can be installed in wall and decorative applications. Available in 12 colors, the tiles require spaces with humidity of 50 percent or higher.  

U.S. distribution:
www.greenupgroup.com
www.benettistone.com

 

UPCOMING COMPETITIONS
[Buenos Aires] New Contemporary Art Museum
Deadline: 06.30.2012
Home: Competition For a $30,000 Single Occupancy Home
06.30.2012
Land Art Generator Initiative 2012 NYC
Deadline: 06.30.2012
Mobilicity: Tirana Multimodal Station Competition
Deadline: 06.30.2012
Post+Capitalist City: SHOP
Deadline: 07.01.2012

 

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