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lab[AU] belgium  
john lautner united states  
morris lapidus united states obituary (NY Times 2/01)
leeser, thomas united states  
le corbusier
(IE browser only)
france agram photos and short bio
TUHH photo archive
Divine inspiration
Re: Le Corbusier's La Tourette is suffering from age and a low budget.
(The Guardian UK 14.01.02)

libeskind, daniel

07.03.03
I don't think they're keen on Libeskind brand deconstruction in Arizona..."Americans must speak out against this symbol of modern nihilism."
ARIZONA DAILY WILDCAT 6.3.3

27.02.03 Daniel Libeskind wins World Trade Centre competition. He reportedly said it was, "a life-changing experience." AGE 27.02.03 (tip: KMCF)

germany
united states
serpentine pavilion
v&a spiral
(uses flash)
jewish museum
interview (telegraph '00)
lineage exhibition (RMIT)
lineage review (artmonthly)
soane exhibition (guardian 1/01)
interview (abc 1/01)
berlin photo gallery (guardian 09/01)
VR
The walls are alive
Re: Daniel Libeskind. Libeskind writes of the role of music in the development of his recent buildings. (Guardian UK 13.07.02)
maya lin united states profile and interview an interview with photos and video (Hall of Arts)
Wall Evolves but Still Enthralls
Re: Washington DC. The Vietnam memorial turns 20. <<A problem is starting to surface," Scruggs says. "I just got a call from a guy in San Diego who said, 'Wouldn't it be cool if we had an exact, full-scale replica in San Diego?' . . . This thing begat memorials in all 50 states.>>
(WASHINGTON POST 03.11.02)
adolf loos austria, czech (1870 - 1933) kartner bar virtual tour & essay
agram photos and short bio
villa muller (NY Times*)
essay (hackman)
lot/ek united states    
LTL new york, u.s.    
greg lynn (FORM) united states  

h2 house (walker '98)
article (time)

william massie united states   Daring, Modernist Homes - on the Cheap Re: New York. William Massie. "Poor man's Gehry" works with CAD CAM at a much smaller scale. (Business Weekly 18.06.02)
bernard maybeck united states principia college In Berkeley, Strollers Find Art With Curb Appeal Re: Berkeley, California. Bernard Maybeck profile. (NY Times 17.01.03) Requires Rego
020402 Bernard Maybeck's Palace of Fine Arts Rotonda in San Francisco is starting to fall down (again) and there's no cash to fix it till 2006. SF Chronicle 31.03.02
brookings oregon resource site
richard meier      
eric mendelsohn germany
england (d.)
de-la-warr pavilion  
ludwig mies van der rohe germany, united states

whitney/moma exhibitions 2001

mies society at IIT

mies foundation barcelona

Mies and the Nazis
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe Profile also dissecting the development of a Nazi attitude to architecture. <<When the Bauhaus closed in 1933, it seemed as if Alfred Rosenberg's völkisch rightwing had the upper hand, with their sentimental attachment to folksy architecture. With them in charge, the very pitch of your roof could land you in trouble... [In 1932 the Nazis had] threatened to build proper Teutonic pitched roofs and gables on the building's bolshevik flat roofs to show who was boss now.>> Sounds vaguely familiar.
(GUARDIAN 30.11.02)
exhibition review (IHT 06/01)
barcelona pavilion tour
farnsworth house (@jetset)
TUHH photo archive
lászló moholy-nagy Hungary Germany United States (bauhaus artist)    
julia morgan united states hearst castle  
julia morgan centre for the arts
fumihiko maki japan Pritzker prize 1993.  
mecanoo netherlands  
meier, richard united states Pritzker prize 1984.  
high museum of art
konstantin melnikov russia (1890 - 1974)   agram photos and short bio
mies van der rohe germany, united states whitney/moma exhibitions 2001 exhibition review (IHT 06/01)
barcelona pavilion tour
farnsworth house (@jetset)
TUHH photo archive
enric miralles spain (d.1999) scottish parliament Holyrood: how vaulting ambition turned into a Scottish tragedy
Re: Scottish Parliament, Enric Miralles, big problems on site.
(Independent 23.06.01)
william mitchell united states, MIT academic, architecture in the digital age
city of bits online article (australian 03/01)
article (atlantic 01/00)
rafael moneo Pritzker prize 1996. A Scientific Mystery Stalks Stockholm's Ailing Modern Museum
Re: Mould closes Moneo's new Museum (NYTimes 11.12.01)
registration required.
charles moore united states (d.1993)   moore or less (archmag 05/01)
A sea change in sea ranch
Re: California, sea ranch, Charles Moore, 30 years later.
(NY Times 31.05.01)
requires registration
moore rubell yudel united states    
morphosis united states    
william morris / philip webb england - arts & crafts red house william morris internet archive
eric owen moss united states L.A. Architect to Lead Sci-Arc
Re: Los Angeles - Eric Owen Moss replaces Neil Denari at Sci-Arc.
(LA Times 25.01.02)
'Rubbish bags' outrage St Petersburg
Re: St Petersburg not all that keen on Eric Owen Moss opera house.
(Guardian UK 19.04.02)
murdoch, paul united states Flight 93 memorial  
murphy, richard scotland  
murphy jahn united states  
mvrdv netherlands  
n architects united states  
neutra, richard united states, germany Rise and fall of the Browns' modernist experiment
Re: The story of Richard Neutra's relationship with a picky client.
(Projo 14.02.02)
niemeyer, oscar 
(site in portugese)
brazil
1907 -
Pritzker = prize 1988.
archinform
brasilia homepage
government profile
brasilia photos (arcspace)
10.05.03 This year the Serpentine Summer Pavilion in Hyde Park London has been designed by Oscar Niemeyer with José Carlos Sussekind. You can see weekly photos of the construction at 0lll. [Tip by Ludwig]
enrique norten (refer also TEN arquitectos) mexico   article
profile
jean nouvel france Borromini Award 2001 Arthur Miller among winners of Praemium Imperiale award
Re: Jean Nouvel, winner of Japan's 2001 Praemium Imperiale award. (Japan Times 15.09.01)
In Minneapolis, New Guthrie Theater Will Invoke the Past
Re: Minneapolis, new theatre by Jean Nouvel.
(NY Times 12.02.02)
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nox lars spuybroek Rotterdam, Netherlands  
ocean d united states, united kingdom  
office of mobile design united states  
one architecture netherlands  
ONL netherlands  
patkau canada  
john pawson
england  
i.m. pei united states Pritzker prize 1983. biography (MIT)
cesar pelli united states    
penezic and rogina croatia    
pentagram England, U.S., Germany    
carme pinos spain    

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Denmark    
renzo piano building workshop italy Pritzker prize 1998 cy twombly gallery (student)
kansai airport (student)
the high, atlanta Renzo Piano reveals NY Times building - image
Re: 52 storey building Renzo's first in NY.
(The AJ 03.01.02)
Chicago Art Institute Modern Wing
gio ponti italy   biography (Guardian 2002)
antoine predock new mexico (U.S.) spencer theater Doudna Fine Arts
bart prince united states (LA organic)    
propellor Z Austria    
augustus pugin UK 1812 - 1852    
purcell and elmslie US 1907 - 1921   organica profile
push | cornubert united states   profile (archrecord2)
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