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07/31/2009 Fri.

Wallpaper* shows 15 photos of Drummond House in Perthshire designed by Graeme Hutton.

BusinessWeek shows winners of this year's IDEA, International Design Excellence Awards.

07/30/2009 Thu.

designws.com shows 12 photos from Brazil Contemporary, exhibitions of Brazilian contemporary art, architecture, visual culture and design at the Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, the Netherlands Architecture Institute and Nederlands Fotomuseum.

Flos shows 45 photos of new products that were shown at this year's Euroluce fair in Milan. (via MoCo Loco)

dezeen shows 16 photos of Skybox House in Zealand, Denmark designed by Primus Architects.

0300TV presents a video of Pfaffenholz Sports Centre in France designed by Herzog & de Meuron.

designboom shows 8 images of the Creative Arts Center at Brown University in Rhode Island designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.

07/29/2009 Wed.

INTERNI magazine shows summary of the current issue (n. 593) with many preview images.

El Croquis shows summary of the current issue (145) that features Christian Kerez, with 18 preview photos.

Wallpaper* shows a preview video of The Edge of the Possible, documentary about Sydney Opera House designed by Jorn Utzon.

07/28/2009 Tue.

Shinkenchiku-sha shows summary of the current issue of a+u magazine (2009:08).

REX announcesthey have won the competition for the Kortrijk library in Belgium, with 24 images.

Ottagono magazine shows summary of the current issue (222) with 4 preview images.

0300TV presents a video of Signal Box Auf dem Wolf in Basel, Switzerland designed by Herzog & de Meuron.

Die Gestalten Verlag presents a video of interview with Stefan Diez.

07/27/2009 Mon.

Iwan Baan shows 29 photos of Gabriel Orozco House in Mexico designed by Gabriel Orozco and Tatiana Bilbao.

Website of Musee Herge, a museum dedicated to Tintin author Herge, shows photos and videos of the museum building designed by Christian de Portzamparc.

bd shows 5 photos of Paperhouse kiosk, bronze and steel kiosks designed by Thomas Heatherwick for the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea. (via Archinect)

dezeen shows 26 images of a duplex designed by Hitoshi Abe for Make it Right, the charity founded by Brad Pitt to develop new housing typologies for a hurricane-devastated district of New Orleans.

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