Olympic Architecture 2008 Bookcase
August 11, 2008 /

Olympic Architecture 2008
By Guoxin Ma

The book provides insights into the specialized stadium architecture with an abundance of photos, drawings and illustrations of details. Publisher: Birkhäuser with CABP

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2008 by Gehry Partners, LLP in London, United Kingdom
Photo: Nigel Carr
August 11, 2008 /

Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2008
Gehry Partners, LLP
London, United Kingdom

The 2008 Serpentine Pavilion is Frank Gehry's first built structure in England, and also the first time he collaborated with his son Samuel Gehry.

Egan’s Coffee Bar & Roof terrace exterior entrance and stairs 
Photo: Josef Burns

August 11, 2008 /

Egan’s Coffee Bar & Roof Terrace
Portlaoise, Ireland

Egan's Coffee Bar and Roof Terrace are located in a protected structure, formerly a barber's shop, with a preserved shop front on Main Street.

Writing and Seeing Architecture 
By Christian de Portzamparc & Philippe Sollers Bookcase
July 28, 2008 /

Writing and Seeing Architecture
By Christian de Portzamparc & Philippe Sollers

A small book, with no images, that caught our attention. We highly recommend keeping it in your pocket. Publisher: University Of Minnesota Press

Visitor Center at Lincoln Center rendering
Rendering courtesy Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects
July 21, 2008 /

Visitor Center at Lincoln Center
Tod Williams Billie Tsien
New York, New York, USA

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts has unveiled the design for the new Visitor Center, a privately owned public space (POPS) adjacent to Lincoln Center that will be transformed into a lively community gathering place and gateway to the performing arts campus.

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