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09/01/2006 Fri.

designws.com reports "Airworld. Design and Architecture for Air Travel" exhibition at Stedelijk MuseumCS with 19 photos.

Cool Hunting presents a video that reports Feeding Desire exhibition at Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York.

DomusWeb shows summary of the current issue of Domus magazine (895), features Musee du quai Branly by Jean Nouvel and Zollverein School by SANAA, and others.

08/31/2006 Thu.

RIBA Journal presents excerpt articles from latest issue (September 2006), features Royal Bath Spa by Nicholas Grimshaw, etc.

hawktrainer on Flickr shows 32 photos of NAi and exhibitions of Follydock and Chinese Contemporary Architecture.

DomusWeb features new railway stations in Naples with images of Piazza Municipio station by Alvaro Siza and other stations.

08/30/2006 Wed.

Europaconcorsi shows 29 images of Montevideo, high-rise building in Rotterdam designed by Mecanoo.

form.de shows summary of the current issue of form magazine (210), cover storyis "Architecture meets Design".

AXIS Magazine shows summery of the current issue (123), features "ID in the 21st century".

08/29/2006 Tue.

Fernando Guerra shows 89 photos of Alvaro Siza's pavilion for Anyang Public Art Project 2005 in Korea. (via noticiasarquitectura)

Shinkenchiku-sha shows preview of the latest a+u magazine (2006:09), features Exhibition Space.

DomusWeb features Musee du quai Branly by Jean Nouvel with 16 photos, from Domus 895.

08/28/2006 Mon.

designws.com shows 24 photos of opening of ENTRY 2006.

thomas mayer_ archive shows 300 photos of opening of ENTRY 2006 and OPEN HOUSE exhibition curated by Alexander von Vegesack at the Zollverein colliery site.

designboom presents interview of Vito Acconci, with 17 photos of works an 4 videos.

A.D.A. EDITA Tokyo shows summary of current issue of GA DOCUMENT magazine (92).

Christie's presents online catalogue of auction titled "First Open: Post-War and Contemporary Art" that will take place on 13 September in New York.

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