Monday, March 29, 2010

TweetEcho: March 11-29, 2010

For those of you who don't subscribe to our Twitter feed, here are the items we tweeted in the last week or so:

  1. The only way is up as hotels compete for 'world's tallest' status
  2. Cleveland targeted to trim bird-skycraper strikes -
  3. Meet The Genius Behind Apple's Beautiful Retail Stores
  4. NY-NJ agency, World Trade Center developer in deal:
  5. Japanese architects Sejima, Nishizawa win Pritzker
  6. Architect Frank Gehry unveils latest building in Las Vegas -
  7. Architect Frank Gehry's concept for Eisenhower memorial sets aside popular curvilinear style -
  8. Target Field: 'The greatest field you'll ever play on' :
  9. Pics: Earth Hour in Chicago
  10. Cityscapes: Gehry's design concept for Eisenhower memorial unveiled
  11. Chicago architects selected for yet another World's Tallest Building -- this one in Saudi Arabia
  12. Barclays Center at Atlantic Yards Breaks Ground | New York Construction | McGraw-Hill Construction
  13. Famed architect breaks ground on $45-million MSU museum | | Detroit Free Press
  14. Gehry Likes What He Sees With New Vegas Building - ABC News
  15. Rain, even urine, would help make Bullitt HQ city's 'greenest building ever'
  16. Emaar's 29 Burj Blvd project delayed two years |
  17. London’s Strata SE1 Skyscraper Boasts Built-in Wind Power | Jace Shoemaker-Galloway
  18. France24 - Top architect scraps Paris skyscraper project
  19. I need people to test out a new web site I'm just about finished building. See here for details:
  20. Its antennae are lit up green for Saint Patrick's Day, but that could be the only "green" thing about the Willis Tower:
  21. There's a new World Trade Center Live Camera
  22. Shanghai’s Peninsula Hotel harks back to city’s ‘Paris of the East’ days -
  23. In Seattle, a suicide barrier for a deadly bridge - latimes.com
  24. Arts, Briefly - Architectural Records Saved at Last Minute -
  25. Neighbors Oppose Green Label for the Software Mogul Mitch Kapor’s Big House -
  26. Burj Khalifa is now officially the world's tallest building, but serious questions remain: