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08/03/2007 Fri.

10+1 presents a video of Cloister House designed by Takaharu + Yui Tezuka.

Architectural Record shows summary of the current issue (August 2007), features 8 projects of tall buildings.

DomusWeb shows summary of the current issue of Domus magazine (906), with excerpt from a story on Darvish House by Pouya Khazaeli Parsa.

dezeen shows 9 photos from BIG/IDEAS, an exhibition of works of BIG at Jaroslav Fragner Gallery in Prague.

08/02/2007 Thu.

357 photos of Lisbon Architecture Triennale 2007 are on Flickr.

architectural videos* presents a video of Seattle Public Library designed by OMA.

08/01/2007 Wed.

DomusWeb features Kegevic House in Cachagua, Chile designed by Mathias Klotz with 7 photos, from Domus 904.

VernissageTV presents 2 movies of Erwin Wurm's retrospective exhibition at Deichtorhallen Hamburg.

Shinkenchiku-sha shows summary of the current issue of a+u magazine (2007:08) features Australian architecture.

07/31/2007 Tue.

0lll.com added construction photos of Serpentine Gallery Summer Pavilion 2007 by by Olafur Eliasson and Kjetil Thorsen of Snohetta, from 26 to 28 July.

0300VD presents a video of Casa Curutchet in Buenos Aires designed by Le Corbusier.

MARK Magazine shows preview images from current issue (#9), features Citroen Showroom in Paris by Manuelle Gautrand and others.

dezeen shows images of shortlisted designs for the British pavilion at Shanghai World Expo 2010 by Thomas Heatherwick, Marks Barfield, Zaha Hadid and others.

Eikongraphia reports Jean Nouvel have won the competition for the restructuring of the port of Vigo, Spain with 8 images.

07/30/2007 Mon.

Architectural Record reports Thomas Leeser was selected as the architect for new World Mammoth and Permafrost Museum in Siberia, with 5 images.

A.D.A. EDITA Tokyo shows summary of the current issue of GA DOCUMENT Magazine (98), features Brembo's Research and Development Center by Jean Nouvel, etc.

Dutch Tom posted on Flickr many construction photos of CCTV and TVCC buildings by Rem Koolhaas and Ole Scheeren (OMA).

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