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hEads of the month -- hEadhypes
- "Tower plan offers new slant on our city skyline"
-- "This is how the Sydney skyline will look if the controversial Sir Norman Foster-designed tower is built to its present design. " (Susskind A, Totaro P, smh_98.06.18)
- "Will the Caged Rock Fly in the Napa Valley?; Who are the alchemists who have transformed stone into lace?"
-- "... the stylish Swiss architects' first American building is not an urban gallery space, but a workaday building in rural California." (Ketcham D, nyt_98.05.21)
- previous hEadhypes: San Fransisco Jewish Museum/Libeskind et al;
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hEads f i r s t
- "Serra Quits Berlin's Holocaust Memorial Project"
-- "Mr Serra, who had joined with the American architect Peter Eisenman to submit a design that was strongly favored by Germany's Chancellor, Helmut Kohl, said he had quit for 'personal and professional reasons' that 'had nothing to do with the merits of the project.'" (Andrews EL, nyt_98.06.04)
- former first-hEads: et al; + debate
M a x hEads
- "British Library finally opens after 10-year wait"
-- "Also at the opening, the Culture Secretary, Mr Chris Smith, said the library ... was a 'magnificent building', which had attracted 'just a touch of controversy'." (Donnelly R, it_98.06.26)
- last hEadrooms: MoMA/Taniguchi et.al;
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hairball hEads, hairball -envies -- other rock stars, sad sacks, cardiac cases, clowns
- "Monument to replace Nelson's Pillar"
-- "Dublin Corporation is to spend £4 million on a public monument for O'Connell Street to replace Nelson's Pillar, demolished after being blown up by militant republicans 32 years ago. An international competition being run by Dublin Corporation and the Royal Institute of Architects in Ireland will attempt to find a winning design ..." (it_98.07.10)
- "Spaniard picked to design parliament at Holyrood"
-- "The Spanish architect's 'upturned boat' design was selected as the final choice by a six-member panel chaired by the Scottish Secretary." (s_98.07.07)   + m o r e   on the competition
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