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Conde Nast Traveler Picks Their Top 7 Modern Architectural Wonders

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Jumping on the “ranking stuff” bandwagon, likely following all the press that the AIA received when they published something similar, Conde Nast Traveler magazine has published the feature “The New Seven Wonders of the Architecture World.” Among the seven wonders are some of your usual picks, from nearly everyone’s recent favorite, the New Museum of Contemporary Art, and the flashy new Wembley Stadium in London, all spruced up and ready to go for the 2012 Olympics. There’s also a couple of interesting, off-the-beaten-path picks, from the Red Ribbon in China, “a steel bench that runs a third of a mile through a riverbank garden and ecological oasis” and Daniel Libeskind‘s much-debated work with the Royal Ontario Museum, home to bomb-planting, idiot art majors. But however interesting all of this is, we have to say that we’re a little disappointed in the magazine, as they clearly had their press people push this story out (we caught wind of it in both USA Today and The Canadian Press), but upon visiting their site, there’s nary a mention of it. So what’s the deal, magazine?

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