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Today's News - April 7, 2005

A new research center makes science a part of everyday campus life. -- The malling of America re-christened "lifestyle centers": visions of Main Street(s), USA. -- Traditionalists maul Mayne over his Alaska Capitol design. -- An architect defends his fees (at approx. $71/hour...sounds pretty reasonable to us). -- Starchitect as pop star: "Gehry in all his animated glory" on "The Simpsons." -- An open (and irreverent) letter to Philip Johnson. -- Lautner's Chemosphere house returned to all its glory (Koolhaas is designing the guesthouse). -- French and Chinese architects discussing Chinese architecture. (Recommendation? Follow the French, not American "pattern.") -- No roads and no conservatives (but lots of conservation) at Arcosanti. -- For Japanese architect Hitoshi Abe early success is a mixed blessing. -- In the hands of architects, industrial metal mesh takes an artful turn.




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