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Today's News - October 30, 2002

Big plans underway (again) for Philadelphia's Delaware River waterfront. -- LA preservationists and Niemeyer House make headlines in NY. -- Reworked Soldier Field stadium in Chicago no longer deserves landmark status. -- National Building Museum exhibition of Pentagon memorial entries reviewed. -- Awards in Dublin. -- UK shortlist of potential European Capital of Culture. -- A good word for suburbs. -- Critics say design of museum in Cincinnati will cut off water views; and in NY, doubts about city streetscapes and toilets. -- High praise for a new cancer center in Pittsburgh. -- Beijing Olympics projects heating up. -- Cecil Balmond at Yale (scroll way down to reach text). -- A review of recent retail designs in NYC says "architectural ideas too advanced, too costly, or just too stupid to suit an office building or a residence often turn up in the boutiques" (but it's really a positive review)…and more.

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Philadelphia Waterfront Revival: Liberty Landing by Burt Hill Kosar Rittelmann Associates [images]- ArchNewsNow

Preservationists Mobilize to Save a Niemeyer House [image]- New York Times

Bowled-over Soldier Field is no longer a landmark: Saving an artifact is not the same as preserving a work of architecture. By Blair Kamin- Chicago Tribune

Pentagon Memorial: Six Finalists in Search of Closure. By Benjamin Forgey- Washington Post

Dublin building takes top PlanExpo Opus Building of the Year award - Burke-Kennedy Doyle Architects; FKL Architects; O'Mahoney Pike Architects; Healy & Partners- Irish Independent

Culture secretary Jowell unveils 2008 European Capital of Culture shortlist- The Architects' Journal (UK)

URBED to speak out for suburbs at Urban Summit: have a major role to play in securing a more sustainable way of life- The Architects' Journal (UK)

Critics: National Underground Railroad Freedom Center will shield view of river - Blackburn Architects with BOORA Architects- Cincinnati Post

Critics Voice Opposition to City Plan on Toilets- New York Times

Cancer Center design focuses on patients. By Patricia Lowry - IKM; Radelet McCarthy [image]- Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Global tenders for Beijing's 2008 Games mega construction projects attract global interest- China Daily

Architect Cecil Balmond discusses 'informal networks': lectures on originality of design- Yale Daily News

Noblesse Oblige: Retailing Dreams - William Sofield; Dominic Kozerski; MSM Architects; Lindy Roy; Aoshi Kudo; Architecture Research Office- New York Sun

Green Values: Environmental Defense Office by Envision Design [images]- ArchNewsNow

This week at ArcSpace:
Yokohama International Port Terminal by Foreign Office Architects;
New Copenhagen Metro by KHRAS Architects [images]
- ArcSpace


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