A lot of green talk this week, including a new sustainable architecture documentary and a nostalgic look back at a famous prefab. Add to this a new contest to redesign the White House, a top 100 projects list, and a digital tour through NYC’s New Museum, and you’ve got this week’s PLAYlist. Happy clicking!
1. Myarchn has the trailer for Architects for a Better World, a new documentary where Jacques Allard interviews 12 leading architects on their sustainable practices and theories.
2. Geoff Manaugh of BLDGBLOG is on the jury for White House Redux, a new speculative competition to design a new home for the US Presidency. Find out more!
3. ArcSpace took a trip through Manhattan’s New Museum, and came back with tons of photos and information.
4. World Architecture News has a listed their top 100 viewed projects of 2007. Which is your favorite?
5. TreeHugger looks back to 1971, and the Venturo Prefab designed by Finnish architect Matti Suuronen.