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Today's News - June 14, 2002

It's Friday. It's raining (where we are). After you're finished digesting the serious news, check out weekend diversions: exhibitions and an architectural demolition game. Play on...

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Three Named as Finalists for Redesign of Fisher Hall: ...part of Lincoln Center's $1.2 billion redevelopment plan. - Sir Norman Foster, Raphael Moneo, and the team of Richard Meier and Arata Isozaki- New York Times

Big Companies Are Looking to Spread Out From Midtown- New York Times

WTC Commentary: Build Them Back! By Ann Coulter- FrontPageMagazine

Dear Ann Coulter: Why The World Trade Center Shouldn’t Be Rebuilt As Before By Robert Locke- FrontPageMagazine

Queen Victoria Village: Rebirth of city block: $600m+ redevelopment...largest mixed-use development in the country- Infolink (Australia)

A Development Fuels a Debate on Urbanism- New York Times

Wards' HQ building to get ritzy rehab: ...1970s office tower into a swanky condominium building - Skidmore Owings & Merrill- Crain's Chicago

Asian building prospects remain subdued- Infolink (Australia)

Workshops to Teach 'Cradle to Cradle Design' - McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry- EarthVision Environmental News

Architectural heaven and hell: a demolition game which will allow you to virtually wreck the most loathed buildings in Britain.- BBC

Exhibition: "Vanity Case" - Design in Starck Relief...at the State Russian Museum's Marble Palace- St. Petersburg Times (Russia)

Exhibition: "Christopher Dresser and Japan" - An un-Victorian Victorian at the Fuchu Art Museum, Tokyo- Daily Yomiuri (Japan)

Exhibition: "Disturb, Delight, Design" is about re-interpreting everyday objects at the Design Exchange, Toronto- Ottawa Citizen


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