This week's dose features Arctic Food Network in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada by Lateral Office / InfraNet Lab:
The featured past dose is Potential Public Spaces of Fez in Morocco by Aziza Chaouni:
This week's book review is All Over the Map: Writing on Building and Cities by Michael Sorkin:
american-architects.com Building of the Week:
Indianapolis Museum of Art Visitors Pavilion in Indianapolis, Indiana by Marlon Blackwell Architect:
Some unrelated links for your enjoyment:
Burning Down the House - Episode 77 - Architecture Blogosphere
Jody Brown and Bob Borson join Curtis B. Wayne on his online radio show.
Bill Nguyen: The Boy In The Bubble
Of note here, because the house that Nguyen owns in Hawaii (pictured halfway down) is also known as the Slaughterhouse Beach House by Tom Kundig. "Nguyen says his wife hates his dream home in Maui: 'She thinks it’s emblematic of her husband, which is, He's obsessed with all things beautiful but cares less about whether it's functional or not.'"
Installing "Carsten Höller: Experience"
Opening Wednesday, the exhibition "Carsten Höller: Experience" involved cutting through floors of the New Museum to install a large slide.
"For his cover article on the novelist Haruki Murakami, Sam Anderson visited some key places from Murakami’s life and work. Below, he tells us about his experience."