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Today's News - March 21, 2005

A seriously good news/bad news day: ArcSpace brings us Meier's Burda Museum and Calatrava sketches. -- Pritzker Prize taken by Mayne (we selected just a sampling of reports - there are sure to be more in coming days). -- Universities are the new urban planners. -- And they may be the only ones if Bush budget goes through. -- A global corruption in construction reports "a world built on bribes." -- Grand plans for L.A.'s Grand Avenue, or will it end as "as another architecture and design obituary?" -- Kansas City stadium dream team heading for a legal nightmare? -- Pelli to crystallize Wilmington, DE, skyline. -- Royal Shakespeare Company picks architect to transform its Art Deco home. -- Workers work better in spaces they design themselves.




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