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11/08/2008 Sat.

Abalos&Herreros is splitting into two independent offices.

takram design engineering relaunched the website with videos of past works and photos of prototypes.

11/07/2008 Fri.

dezeen shows 30 photos of Maxim Velcovsky's installation for Lobmeyr and new glasses designed by Velcovsky.

Wallpaper* shows 8 photos of Mallat House in Sydney designed by MCK Architects.

architecturephoto.net shows 16 photos of Ryuji Nakamura's installation for the exhibition "Sanpo - mina perhonen's Ribbon Project" at Living Design Gallery in Shinjuku, Tokyo.

11/06/2008 Thu.

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

FRAME magazine shows summary of the current issue (#65) with preview images.

Monocle presents two videos of reporting the Venice Architecture Biennale.

dezeen shows 19 photos and plans of Liangzhu Culture Museum in Hangzhou, China designed by David Chipperfield.

Die Gestalten Verlag presents a video of interview with Doshi Levien.

11/05/2008 Wed.

ultimas reportagens added many photos of recent Portuguese architecture such as Casa em Maiorca by Alvaro Siza (88 photos), Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion by Zaha Hadid (140 photos), and others.

dezeen shows 13 images of the Rodovre Skyscraper in Denmark designed by MVRDV and ADEPT.

Steven Holl has won the international design competition "The LM Project" for Copenhagen's waterfront. Holl's website shows 3 images of the winning entry.

11/04/2008 Tue.

dezeen shows the first of four episodes of a video interview with Fernando and Humberto Campana, winners of the Designer of the Year award at Design Miami 2008.

dysturb.net reports MVRDV and ADEPT won the Rodovre Skyscraper Competition in Denmark with 2 images of the winning entry.

11/03/2008 Mon.

garbar53 posted on Flickr 36 photos of Tenerife Espacio de las Artes, a new space for the arts in Tenerife, Spain designed by Herzog & de Meuron

dezeen shows 5 images of Birmingham New Street station in Birmingham, UK designed by Foreign Office Architects.

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