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10/19/2007 Fri.

DomusWeb features the viaduct over the Basento designed by Sergio Musmeci with 13 photos, from Domus 907.

Plataforma Arquitectura shows 11 photos and 4 plans of Dolce & Gabbana HQ in Milan designed by +ARCH.

Hauz29 shows a video of aerial views of BMW Welt designed by COOP HIMMELB(L)AU.

10/18/2007 Thu.

Tokujin Yoshioka shows 11 photos of his installation at Moroso New York showroom. see "NEWS!".

METROPOLIS Magazine shows summary of the current issue (October 2007).

Wallpaper* presents an interview with Tom Dixon about Artek Invasion: 2nd Cycle at Dover Street Market with 8 photos.

designws.com shows 19 photos from the exhibition of Ettore Sottsass in Design Museum Gent.

dezeen shows 17 images of The Landmark, a large mixed-use development in Beirut designed by Jean Nouvel.

10/17/2007 Wed.

Over 1000 photos of this year's London Design Festival are on Flickr.

Taschen shows a video of Julius Shulman and Benedikt Taschen at the Shulman Residence, Los Angeles.

dezeen shows 20 photos of Ed's Shed, Photographer Ed Reeve's house designed by David Adjaye.

10/16/2007 Tue.

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

Moroso shows 9 photos of Tokujin Yoshioka's new installation at the New York showroom.

INTERNI magazine shows summary of the current issue (575), features 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT by Tadao Ando, etc.

10/15/2007 Mon.

0lll.com shows 21 photos of Bad Hair Pavilion by Margaret Dewhurst, winning works of this year’s Architectural Association student summer pavilion contest.

dezeen shows 9 photos of boxes designed by five Japanese architects for DEROLL that will be shown at ars gallery in Tokyo during Tokyo Design Week 2007; Junya Ishigami, Ryuji Nakamura, Hideyuki Nakayama, Yuko Nagayama and Makoto Yamaguchi.

Wallpaper* shows 15 photos from Naoya Hatakeyama's exhibition titled "Scales" at Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA).

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