The Siamese Towers in Santiago, Chile by Alejandro Aravena.
This week's book review is The Miller|Hull Partnership: Public Works by The Miller|Hull Partnership and Pugh + Scarpa: Report 2005 edited by Bruce Q. Lan.
Some unrelated links for your enjoyment:
The results are in.
A competition that "challenges the global design community to re-think the current sidewalk shed standard and create a prototype worthy of today's New York City."
A one-month old blog from Jack Self in London. (added to sidebar under blogs::architecture)
The interactive online magazine of the Virginia Tech College of Architecture and Urban Studies. (added to sidebar under blogs::aggregate)
"Critique This at the most general level is simply about architecture, but more importantly it is about change. Our mission is to change how the architectural community discusses and views architecture." (added to sidebar under blogs::architecture)
The "new MFA in Design Criticism at the School of Visual Arts, [an] innovative two-year program [that] trains students to research, analyze, and evaluate design and its social and environmental implications."