Thursday Link Round Up: November 20, 2014

Photo credit: Jeffrey Zeldman (Flickr)

Photo credit: Jeffrey Zeldman (Flickr)

This week’s Link Round up provides exciting information about new advancements and growth with an international flair. From the development of a new technology to international projects in Paris, Sydney, Istanbul, and Prague. Here are some of the interesting articles we’ve read about our industry this week:

  1. New device prototype called COMP*PASS draws digital files on paper, according to Building Design & Construction.
  2. Haskell acquires FreemanWhite, strengthens healthcare design-build business, on Building Design & Construction.
  3. Herzog & de Meuron’s triangular tower rejected by Paris councilors, on Dezeen Magazine.
  4. Frank Gehry’s Sydney business school completed ahead of 2015 opening, according to Dezeen Magazine.
  5. Grimshaw Releases New Images of World’s Largest Airport Terminal in Istanbul, on Arch Daily.
  6. Ten Practices Selected to Design €400 Million “Oaks Prague” Scheme, on Arch Daily.
  7. Incredibly Small Apartment in Paris Reduces Functions to Minimum, according to Freshome Design & Architecture Magazine.