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Things are slightly out-of-order here this week, with Ninjas on the ‘Net going up on a Tuesday – but the links still work, and the sources should still be read.
As always, if you have a link youâ€™d like to share with the AMNP fam – or would like to submit work, etc, to have featured on the page, hit us up at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Arch Record looks at new theories on the TVCC tower fire in Beijing
- the Independent reports that Gehry’s plans for the Hove seafront have been scrapped
- Venturi beach house sold for $1 – new owners just need to ship it from NY to New Jersey [via Telegraph]
- Treehugger has Corb’s summer cottage, reconstructed
- NYC Skyscraper Museum exhibits a near-perfect model of midtown Manhattan, by Michael Chesko [via Wired]
- BD Online looks at some recession-beating projects that architects are finding
- diagrams of sit-com houses, by Dan Meth
- the Guardian talks with Zaha on her 2012 aquatics center, the controversy surrounding her work, and the rebuilding of Baghdad
- Jonathan Glancey, of the Guardian, talks about the future of architecture after the recession
- head on over to Arch Daily to take part in their 2009 Pritzker Prize poll
- Where has compiled a list of the best books on Urbanism for novices
That wraps up this weekâ€™s Ninjas on the â€˜Net – donâ€™t forget, you should also be clicking those sidebar links + buttons and checking out all of our blogging ninjas out there – and be sure to check out AMNPâ€™s parent site, MyNinjaPlease.
Posted: March 17th, 2009
at 2:55pm by orangemenace
Categories: Ninjas on the 'net
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