September 27, 2010

blog wunderlust : 27 September 2010

If you plan cities for cars and traffic, you get cars and traffic. If you plan for people and places, you get people and places.
Fred Kent, Project for Public Spaces

Ove Arup key speech | food and its relation to architecture | hardware everywhere | alphabet soup chairs | Zaha Hadid Tapped for Baghdad Bank Building | Pardon us, but our museum is falling apart | Israel: Settlers brace for end of building freeze | Planning a sustainable city in the desert | A brighter shade of green | 13 US Passiv

The blog wunderlust is a weekly round up summarizing the architectural highlights, news and web links, that don't otherwise fit the format of this blog. If you have any to share feel free to drop me an email

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