Page B1 . 12 January 2005       
ArchitectureWeek - Building Department
NEWS   |   DESIGN   |   BUILDING   |   DESIGN TOOLS   |   ENVIRONMENT   |   CULTURE
< Prev Page Next Page >
 
BUILDING
 
  •  
  • Postcard from Lelystad
     
  •  
  • Ten Day Theater

    [an error occurred while processing this directive]
    AND MORE
      Current Contents
      Blog Center
      Download Center
      New Products
      Products Guide
      Classic Home
      Architecture Forum
      Architects Directory
      Topics Library
      Complete Archive
      Web Directory
      About ArchWeek
      Search
      Subscribe & Contribute
      Free Newsletters
       

     
    QUIZ
     
    NEXT WEEK
      [an error occurred while processing this directive]

    BUILDING THIS WEEK

    ArchWeek Image

    POSTCARD FROM LELYSTAD

    Dear ArchitectureWeek,

    Sporting a striking new glass "climate zone" at its front entrance, the Tjalk shopping center is a new asset to the commons in Lelystad, the Netherlands. The open space of the entryway provides a smooth transition from the street while expressing some history of the building as well.

    Continue...

    ArchWeek Image

    TEN DAY THEATER

    How do you create a temporary theater on a miniscule budget? And make sure that the construction materials will be undamaged and reusable at the end of the performance space's ten-day life? One way is to start with a vacant warehouse and add plenty of ingenuity, generosity, and collaboration.

    Continue...

    More Building and Construction

    Lighttex Announces Partnership In Development Program — Lighttex Canada, Inc. press release, 2005.0115

    Breaking the House Rules — Lynchburg News and Advance, 2005.0112

    See the New American Home at Home Builder Show — RISMedia, 2005.0112

    At Age 4, Leaky School Needs Fixing — Contra Costa Times, 2005.0112

    McGraw-Hill and NAHB Offer Home Product Information — Stockhouse, 2005.0111

    New Urban Meets Modern in South Florida — The Next American City magazine, 2005.0111

    Nonresidential Construction Poised for Solid Gains in 2005 — AIArchitect, 2005.0110

    Tuff-Seal Interlocking Floor Tiles Announced — Flooring Adventures LLC press release at PR Web Newswire, 2005.0107

    Forecast: Fast and Warmer — New York Times, 2005.0106

    Indicators Up for Multifamily Housing — National Association of Home Builders, 2005.0105

    War Zones Yield Cheap Shelter for Tsunami Homeless — Reuters AlertNet, 2005.0105

    McGraw-Hill and Torto Wheaton Launch TWR/Dodge Pipeline — McGraw-Hill Construction press release, 2005.0104

    Stone Age Designs Formula to Replace Hand-Carved Stone — Stone Age Designs press release, 2005.0104

    Hospital Plan Grows in Size and Scope — Indianappolis Star, 2004.1228

    Housing Shows 'Win-Win' for Residents and Developers — Oregonian, 2004.1223

    New-Home Sales Fall In November — National Association of Home Builders, 2004.1223

    Why Non-Flushing Urinals Fail — Environmental Building News, 2004.1217

    Kirei Panel from Waste Sorghum Fiber — Environmental Building News, 2004.1217

    Freedom Tower Site Poised for a Game of Inches — New York Times, 2004.1216

    Wet Weather Contributes To Housing Starts Decline — National Association of Home Builders, 2004.1216

    Donít Let Emergency Lighting Leave You in the Dark — Buildings.com, 2004.1215

    New Lavatory Faucet Collection Added to Danze Family — Danze press release, 2004.1213

    Note: Pages will open in a new browser window
    External sites are not endorsed by ArchitectureWeek.

    Library : more Tools and ConstructionHome Design and Building, and Green Building

    Building Last Week

    Building Department Archive

    Special thanks to our Sustaining Subscribers.
     
    < Prev Page Next Page > Send this to a friend       Subscribe       Contribute       Media Kit       Privacy       Comments
    ARCHWEEK   |   GREAT BUILDINGS   |   DISCUSSION   |   NEW BOOKS   |   FREE 3D   |   SEARCH
    http://www.ArchWeek.com/building.html
    © 2005 Artifice, Inc. - All Rights Reserved