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Whether the boycott succeeds or not, Sperry, who emphasizes that he doesn’t blame architects for pris- Canada welcomes major museum projects Largely because of government spending priorities and low levels of philanthropic giving, decades can pass in Canada without the prospect of any new national museums. Yet as luck would have it, within three weeks this spring, New Mexico architect Antoine Predock won a competition to design the Canadian Museum of Human Rights in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and the new Canadian War Museum, designed by Moriyama & Teshima Architects, opened in Ottawa.
Featured in an exhibition called Eero Saarinen: Architect Greg Lynn further Realizing an American Utopia explained why interest in Saarinen opening at the Museum of Finnish has resurfaced. Showing pictures of Architecture in Helsinki next year. Saarinen’s buildings paired with Donald Albrecht, who is curatthose of Asymptote, Foreign Office ing the exhibition, talked about Architects, and Ben van Berkel, he some of Saarinen’s many highexplained, “The problems [Saarinen profile clients. Several graced the investigated] don’t have to do with cover of Time magazine, including computers.
COM/PRODUCTS/ P H OTO G R A P H Y : © T H O M A S M C C O N N E L L P H OTO G R A P H Y ( TO P ) ; M I C H A E L A L L E N ( B OT TO M ) The AIA’s annual contribution to Earth Day extended traditional categories, as the organization’s Committee on the Environment (COTE) honored eight green building projects and for the first time recognized an urban plan. The institutional, residential, and civic projects address a broad range of environmental and social conditions without compromising on design, according to jury members.