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Today's News - February 6, 2003

WTC plans: Then there were two…and there's no shortage of opinions and analysis (undoubtedly, just the beginning). -- January Q&A symposium with WTC teams very interesting in hindsight. -- Big plans (or just dreams) for Brooklyn waterfront. -- The gloves are off between slow-growth advocates and developers. -- Vinoly busy in Leicester and Cleveland. -- From a napkin sketch to a Holocaust museum. -- A model library for the future. -- Toledo Design Center takes city's future seriously. -- A tony hotel in Bartlesville, Oklahoma. -- Toronto toasts the rebirth of a treasure.

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Map Becomes Clearer in Trade Center Choices - Studio Daniel Libeskind; THINK- New York Times

Balancing Reason and Emotion in Twin Towers Void By Herbert Muschamp- New York Times

About Face: The WTC design finalists are cutting-edge but not confrontational. By Eric Gibson- Wall Street Journal

Beauty Contest: Two Firms Vie At W.T.C. Site: "The rebuilding process has become so convoluted that it’s difficult to know what to make of the selection of the two design teams"- New York Observer

Transcript of January 16th Q&A Symposium at Town Hall with 7 WTC Teams- The Architectural League

Competing Ideas to Develop Brooklyn Waterfront: one being $1 billion Frank Gehry-inspired complex- New York Times

Nearly 200 Lawsuits Challenge Loudoun Slow-Growth Plan- Washington Post

Architect's Vow Over City Design: Rafael Vinoly pledges to continue work on a landmark development for Leicester- Leicester Mercury (UK)

Museum of Art will unveil new design plan By Steven Litt - Rafael Vinoly- Cleveland Plain Dealer

Architect talks of new Holocaust museum - Stanley Tigerman- Pioneer Press (Illinois)

Stunning architecture transforms common conceptions of Salt Lake City's library - Moshe Safdie (AP)- AP

Group strives to spruce up Toledo: Collaborative effort aims for excellence in design, planning- Toledo Blade

Stay At Frank's Place: Price Tower--Frank Lloyd Wright's one and only skyscraper--has been transformed into an arty and eccentric inn.- Forbes

LCBO uncorks architectural gem: Former station is toast of the town - Philip Goldsmith- Toronto Star

Goldman School of Public Policy UC Berkeley: A new annex becomes a hands-on experience in preservation and urban design policy - Architectural Resources Group- ArchNewsNow

WTC Proposals: Who's Saying What Worldwide (updated Feb. 5)- ArchNewsNow


- Raimond Abraham: Austrian Cultural Forum, New York City
- Michael Jantzen: M - House, Gorman, California
- Yoshio Taniguchi and Associates: The Gallery of Horyuji Treasures, Tokyo National Museum


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