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Today's News - March 18, 2005

We lose a Swedish master. -- Bad news for big projects in NYC. -- Good news for big projects in Prague. -- Madrid hotel "an unholy alliance of hoteliers and the world's most famous architects." -- Holl takes on Kansas City skeptics. -- Gehry at Ground Zero: "the master of Bilbao must now prove he can play well with others. Let's hope he risks showing us some new tricks." -- China's own architectural star quietly rising. -- University of Chicago getting a classy residential complex. -- Aucklanders nominate buildings they love to hate. -- Chicagoans get a brief, new view of Mies tower. -- Sinatra's Palm Springs mid-century modern abode bought by a fan (of the architecture). -- Contests open for best civil and structural engineering firms to work for. -- IIDA announces award winners. -- Arts & Crafts delights at the V&A.




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