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Today’s News - Friday, April 19, 2002

Lest anyone thinks there's a shortage of architectural criticism, the news today leads with three very different takes on Raimund Abraham' new Austrian Cultural Forum in New York City&hellipfrom "Wow" to "Ow" and back again (ANN will be featuring the project shortly). Eric Owen Moss is creating a stir in St. Petersburg, Russia. The Architectural Association of Ireland's annual competition is called "the meanest in years." And at the same time Daniel Libeskind's "Spiral" design for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London got the go-ahead, it was turned down for a Heritage Lottery grant - on the startling grounds that it was an "insufficiently distinctive" addition. Our profile of the 2002 Pritzker Prize Laureate Glenn Murcutt is now the lead feature on ANN's home page (click "Home" above).



  


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