June 27, 2007

June 27, 2007
June 27, 2007
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Top News
PHOTO: World Market CenterThe Power of ManyAt World Market Center in Las Vegas, a plethora of plasma screens ensures that advertisers’ messages engage the thousands of people that patronize the trade show complex. Fifty-six screens don the center’s new 16-floor, 1.6 million-square-foot Jon Jerde-designed building, which made its debut in January.Read the complete article …

5 World Trade Center Brings Indoors, Out
Drawings for the new JPMorgan Chase & Co. tower feature an “outdoor room,” which juts out toward the World Trade Center site and overlooks a small church, and several cantilevered floors that are larger than the building’s footprint. Community officials are concerned that the building will cast too many shadows over the landmarks, which include the 9/11 memorial. The tower is the smallest of those planned for the site.
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Eco-friendly Playhouse Sets Sail
Not just a playhouse, not just a ship, the SS Eco-Green is anchored in eco-consciousness. The deck of the “green” pirate ship playhouse collects rainwater. Openings in the bow, stern, and hull allow airflow that keeps the ship cool in the summer. Clear plastic panels allow daylight inside the vessel, and a solar panel fires up lamps at night.
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Briefly Noted

PICTURE: Klar and Klar Architects
Plans Unveiled for Solar-Assisted LaboratoryRead the complete article …

Poland Officials Break Ground on Landmark Museum
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