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03/23/2007 Fri.

KDDI relaunched the special web site of MEDIA SKIN by Tokujin Yoshioka, with a slideshow.

26 construction photos of CauxaForum in Madrid by Herzog & de Meuron are on Flickr.

Stedelijk Museum shows a movie and photos from "Mapping the City" exhibition that focuses on the relationship between artists and the city. (via DomusWeb)

03/22/2007 Thu.

Fernando Guerra (FG+SG) presents a 75 photos slideshow of Alvaro Siza's Sport Complex of Ribera Serrallo de Cornella de Llobregat. (via noticiasarquitectura via A Barriga De Um Arquitecto)

dezeen shows a image of 36-story residential tower in Singapore designed by OMA.

designboom shows 43 photos of art works that feature chairs by marcel duchamp, bruno munari, robert rauschenberg and others.

DomusWeb reports Stockholm Furniture Fair 2007 with 6 photos.

METROPOLIS Magazine reports Skin + Bones: Parallel Practices in Fashion and Architecture at MOCA with 8 photos.

03/21/2007 Wed.

cermivelli has posted on Flickr 35 photos of Agora Theatre in Lelystad designed by UNStudio.

03/20/2007 Tue.

we make money not art reports Designing Critical Design exhibition at Z33 in Belgium that features works of Jurgen Bey, Dunne & Raby and Marti Guixe, with a link to 176 photos on Flickr.

DomusWeb features Van Cleef & Arpels showroom in Paris designed by Patrick Jouin with 6 photos, from Domus 901.

0lll.com presents 21 photos of 1:1 - Making The Digital House, exhibition at The Architecture Foundation’s Yard gallery in London that shows digitally fabricated house by Bell Travers Wilson.

03/19/2007 Mon.

Web site of Serrenia, luxury residential resort and hotel designed by Foster & Partners on Egypt’s Red Sea Coast, shows a promotional film. (via Archinect)

dezeen shows 4 images of a private house near Moscow designed by Zaha Hadid.

International Herald Tribune presents a story on Irma Boom by Alice Rawsthorn with 17 photos of her works.

architecturephoto.net shows 8 photos of the new library of Tama Art University designed by Toyo Ito.

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