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Today's News - March 14, 2005

ArcSpace visits Canada and Koolhaas "Content." -- Competition for a Dublin waterfront park. -- A 12-step program for downtown turnarounds. -- Eminent domain and affordable housing: finding a political and humanistic balance. -- Hope (finally) for sane development of Toronto's waterfront. -- A call to preserve work by "skilled second-tier architects...The world desperately needs non-superstars who can build communities and bring beauty into everyday places." -- Brutalist buildings don't get much respect, but some people actually like them. -- Japan sees value in preserving the legacy of an American architect (no, not FLW). -- In Minneapolis, expanded Walker Arts Center is full of surprises. -- Gehry gets it right for the Art Gallery of Ontario, but it's thumbs-down for cultural complex in West Kowloon (or is it?). -- A multi-faith center in Derby, U.K., of "all white concrete whorls and whirls" fuses "a multitude of beliefs." -- Amid a sea of architectural absurdity, a government building in Miami is a good neighbor "dignity and grace." -- A Boston transit station dazzles. -- IDEO's David Kelley takes on business schools' design IQ's. -- Philadelphia gears up for a citywide celebration of design.




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