Wing Luke Asian Museum in Seattle, Washington by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects.
This week's book review is USA: Modern Architectures in History by Gwendolyn Wright.
Some unrelated links for your enjoyment:
"WNYC is taking [the opportunity] to look around and examine how much the city has changed, and where it's heading next." (added to sidebar under architectural links::audio/video; via Archinect)
Javier Arbona, former Chief Editor at Archinect and now a PhD candidate in geography, blogs about "ideologies of urban land use, spatial practices, design and visual culture, experimental landscape study, social movements, mappings, social theory, and last but not least, the ephemera that reveals latent stories about a place or context." (added to sidebar under blogs::urban)
Blogging the Green
"Sustainable design with a healthy dose of reality." (added to sidebar under blogs::sustainability)
"A library of novels written by an architect about the frustrations and challenges of being an architect. Two of the novels are satirical and humorous and one is serious and dramatic."