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    In pictures: MVRDV unveil TON1 in Berlin


    The new event space is part of Berlin’s campus for changemakers and sits within one of Europe’s oldest film studios

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    A shiny shortlist and fast-tracking the registration process in Japan and New Zealand


    If only all competitions made the shortlist public... the entries for the Calgary National Music Centre tell you nearly everything you need to know about the practices on the shortlist. In other news, the UAE struggles to produce innovative architects says a local tutor (not really news, but nice ...

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    New York's not-so-mean streets, a BIM council and a pleased Libeskind


    There's been a lot of trumpeting in the American press about the experimental closure of Broadway in New York. But the story behind it is much more interesting and could lead to a complete transformation of transport in the city. Elsewhere in the world, the National Geographic presents the cities ...

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    RMJM defies the trend and Aussies get protected


    A year ago, News Junkie could name at least ten practices that were talking about opening branches in the Middle East. How times change. Now the news that RMJM has enough work to open three new offices in Qatar, Bahrain and Turkey is is almost shocking. At least we know ...

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    'Bright spots' in Australia, Zumthor pics and more drama in India


    Peter Zumthor’s Pritzker win is still dominating the architectural headlines, but Mass Studies 2010 pavilion and ‘bright spots’ in Australia also caught BD’s eye today. Elsewhere, thousands of Indian architects face being stripped of their title as the government continues to express unhappiness with the CoA. Korean Pavilion at Expo ...