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Why Architecture Matters
Photo courtesy Yale University Press Bookcase
November 30, 2009 /

Why Architecture Matters
By Paul Goldberger

Witty and compassionate, Why Architecture Matters is a wonderful read. Publisher: Yale University Press

Photo © Joel Chester Fildes courtesy Zaha Hadid Architects Features
November 30, 2009 /

JS Bach / Chamber Music Hall
Zaha Hadid Architects
Manchester, United Kingdom

The JS Bach Chamber Music Hall was first installed in the Manchester Art Gallery during the Summer 2009 Festival. The same pavilion will be at the Holland Festival in 2010.

Donald Judd: Furniture 
Sebastian + Barquet
Image courtesy the Judd Foundation
Chairs #84/5, Finland Color Plywood
Black, Green, Yellow, Red, Light and Dark Brown. Exhibitions
November 30, 2009 /

Donald Judd: Furniture
Sebastian + Barquet
New York, New York, USA
On view: November 12, 2009 - January 16, 2010

Important early examples of Donald Judd's furniture in a variety of woods, colored-plywood, enameled aluminum and copper, alongside his original drawings.

Pavilion 21 MINI Opera Space by Coop Himmelb(l)au in Munich, Germany
Photo © ISOCHROM.com Features
November 23, 2009 /

Pavilion 21 MINI Opera Space
Coop Himmelb(l)au
Munich, Germany

The "Pavilion 21 MINI Opera Space" is a temporary mobile performance space for 300 visitors to be located on the Marstallplatz in the City of Munich. It is intended to be used for a wide range of events at the annual Opera Festival 2010 and then to travel to other locations.

Punta della Dogana by Tadao Ando in Venice, Italy. Interior.
Photo © Thomas Mayer
Features
November 16, 2009 /

Punta della Dogana
Tadao Ando
Venice, Italy

A dialogue between old and new elements, a link between the history of the building, its present and its future.

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