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Today's News - March 22, 2005

We lose Tange - a master who changed more than just the face of Japan. -- A tribute to Erskine. -- More musings on Mayne the maverick. -- Undervalued assets are untapped opportunities for urban development. -- A "no man's land of railroad yards and industrial space" in Massachusetts tapped for major development. -- Eminent domain a hot topic that continues to dominate development plans everywhere. -- Perrault's planned golden dome for St. Petersburg's Mariinsky Theatre transformed to look like "raisins in a muffin" (cutback doesn't seem to have helped the budget much). -- Western Virginia sees the future with new museum design. -- A Nazi beachfront retreat may be reborn as slick resort. -- A small Modernist gem slated for demolition in St. Louis. -- Troubled Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation sees hope in alliance. -- Honors bestowed by AIA Memphis. -- A new book looks at the rivalry between Bernini and Borromini.


 

 

 

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