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Today's News - September 21, 2004

The National Museum of the American Indian opens today; most praise the building (though confusion and controversy surrounds design credits) and the landscape, but a plethora of opinion bemoans the actual exhibits (we're sure to hear more). -- Florida is paying dearly for "irresponsible development." -- WTC designers say there will be harmony among structures (one would hope so). -- Competition-winning team says Vietnam Veterans Memorial Education Center will complement the Wall (one would hope so, again). -- Four star teams present their visions for Hartford skyline. -- Holyrood architect to present his side of the story. -- Napa Valley leery of the Gehry effect. -- An interesting take on the past and future of airport design. -- Alsop's "Flying Rectangle" makes Toronto a much more interesting place - as does a building boom at the University of Toronto. -- Chicago dorm tries too hard - and just misses. -- Pearman reports from Venice: thumbs-up for Ireland (then there's the superficial, the bold - and the "deeply forgettable"). -- An American architect reports from Shanghai.

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