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Today's News - June 12, 2002

Wednesday seems the appropriate day to launch our newest regular news column, WhoWhatWhen. There's a little bit of everything: deadlines, upcoming events, honors, firm news, on the boards, and people on the move. (We welcome suitable submissions for future WWW columns - details at the bottom of today's article.)

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Who What When - 06/12/02- ArchNewsNow

A Conversation With Alexander Garvin: Transcript of a Live Chat on Rebuilding with Lead Planner of the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation- Gotham Gazette

10 Groups Join the Battle Over Secession: Cityhood: More are expected to emerge on both sides of the issue as the campaign- Los Angeles Times

Betting That Chicago Needs New Office Space- New York Times

The Buccini/Pollin Group and Monument Realty Take Over Madison Hotel & Office Building: Plans Call for Multi-Million Dollar Renovation of Luxury Hotel/Office Complex - Brennan Beer Gorman Monk- Hotel Online

New kids on the architectural partnership block - Duffy Mitchell O'Donoghue Architects- Irish Independent

Architect To Unveil Tampa Museum of Art - Rafael Vinoly- Tampa Tribune

Prestigious opera house a 'missed opportunity' - Zaha Hadid (The Western Mail)- icWales

Software will cut building costs- Infolink (Australia)

Let Form Unfold - Günter Behnisch- Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)

Earth Summit in South Africa in August risks failure with vapid pledges (Reuters)- Environmental News Network

It Can Be Easy Building Green: An architect finds 13 buildings that are kind to the environment - Peter Buchanan- Los Angeles Times

Mail-order houses: Fans of Sears homes are leading an effort to identify and perserve these kit-built houses from the early 20th century- Christian Science Monitor

Looks That Endure as Time Goes By: the point is not retro styling but respectful revival and renewal. By Linda Hales- Washington Post

Toronto design firm gets Lego up in German park - Forrec Ltd.- Globe and Mail (Canada)


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