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Newsletter #20/12 15. October 2012
Building Review
(Photo: Christopher Gardner)
Harvest Pavilion, New Haven, USA - The form and construction of the Harvest Pavilion at Common Ground High School in New Haven, Connecticut, may be simple, but the result is a very appealing building whose character changes during the day and when open or closed. This responds to the pavilion's various uses: It serves to process produce from the school's organic garden, acts as an outdoor classroom, and is also a venue for the school's weekly farmer market. Architect David Thompson answered some questions about the small but important project.
New Profiles
Schulz Arkitekter, Göteborg
Rural Urban Framework, Hong Kong
In Praise of Shadows Arkitektur, Stockholm
POHL Architekten, Erfurt
Fahrni Architekten, Steffisburg
Labo Design Studio, New York
13 to 28 October, Block M, Jakarta
Jakarta Architecture Triennale more
17 October, Auditorium Oehoe, Gent
WOHA (SG) | Breathing Architecture, Lecture more
17 October, ETH Hönggerberg, Zürich
Architektur in der Krise: Ein Blick auf die 1970er Jahre, Panel Discussion more
18 to 21 October, Tribeca Cinemas, New York
Architecture & Design Film Festival more
18 October to 12 December, various locations, Istanbul
Istanbul Design Biennial more
until 4 November, Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin
Arno Brandlhuber - Archipel, Exhibition more
until 24 February, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Building/Inside Studio Gang Architects, Workshop more
more Lectures, Exhibitions, Events
Updated Profiles
nabil gholam architects, Beirut
gus wüstemann, Zürich
Atelier Heiss, Wien
Platform for Architecture + Research, Los Angeles
Lighting Designers
pfarré lighting design, München
Interior Designers
Hiroyuki Miyake Design Office, Aichi
Interior Designer
Da Xin Shi Decoration, Beijing more
Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture, Göteburg more
Gerber Architekten, Dortmund more
Junior IT Medewerker
BURO II & ARCHI+I, Antwerpen more
dipl./MA Architekt/in ETH oder FH
MMJS Jauch-Stolz Architekten, Luzern more
more Jobs
Architecture by Numbers
Slashed price asked by David and Jacqueline Siegel for their unfinished 90.000-square-foot home near Orlando, Florida, that was featured in the documentary „The Queen of Versailles": $65 million

By René Ammann
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