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Today's News - March 7, 2005

ArcSpace gives us Alsop. -- Plans to fix London's public realm ("legitimised jaywalking" might help). -- There is a future for urban centers in a suburban nation. -- Wanted: city planner with a vision for Los Angeles. -- Las Vegas no longer cartoony (and awaits 25,000 architects to show off in May). -- Plans for Edinburgh's waterfront perhaps a bit too cartoony? -- Restoration of Gaudí chapel called a desecration. -- Sydney's newest tower considered "lumpen" by some. -- Four tries later, a winning design for Chicago's Wrigley Field. -- New Arizona arts center provokes. -- Digital imaging no longer the realm of architects only. -- Shulman still has big plans. -- Frank Lloyd Wright gems prove tough to sell (one goes to auction tomorrow).




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