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09/07/2007 Fri.

park.will posted on Flickr 6 construction photos of the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York designed by SANAA.

Architectural Record reports nine projects won the 2007 Aga Khan Award for Architecture, with slideshow.

DomusWeb features SNA, transformation of the submarine base in Saint-Nazaire into a space for music and contemporary art designed by LIN (Finn Geipel and Giulia Andi).

dezeen shows 8 photos of construction of Cityscape, an installation in Brussels by Arne Quinze.

09/06/2007 Thu.

Ottagono magazine shows summary of the current issue (203), features Tama Art University Library by Toyo Ito and others.

09/05/2007 Wed.

Architecturel Record features 13 interior projects such as Alessi Flagship Store in New York by Asymptote, jin's global standard nagareyama by Ryuji Nakamura and others, from September 2007 issue.

I.D. Magazine shows summary of the current issue (September/October 2007), features Sebastian Errazuriz, Doshi Levien and others.

09/04/2007 Tue.

Kashiwa Sato shows 16 photos of Fuji Kindergarten designed by Takaharu and Yui Tezuka. (via architecturephoto.net)

A10 magazine shows summary of the current issue (#17).

intramuros magazine presents summary of the current issue (131), with excerpt from a story on Barber Osgerby.

A weekly dose of architecture features the Heritage Interpretation Centre in Brie-Comte-Robert, France designed by Semon Rapaport with 10 photos.

09/03/2007 Mon.

Established & Sons presents Estd magazine issue 03, features Panoramic sofa by Barber Osgerby and others.

DomusWeb features three new rubber floors designed by Sottsass Associati with 8 photos, from Domus 906. Text is by Ettore Sottsass.

Qantas Airways launched the website of first-class lounges in Sydney and Melbourne designed by Marc Newson with many images. (via dezeen)

FRAME magazine shows summary of the current issue (58), features works by Clive Wilkinson Architects, Antonio Citterio, Surface Architects and others.

Ryuji Nakamura shows 18 photos of jin's global standard nagareyama. (via architecturephoto.net)

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