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Today's News - April 11, 2005

ArcSpace takes a fresh look at the High Line and a new book about nanoarchitecture. -- Koolhaas strikes the right chord (twice) with Casa da Musica in Portugal. -- Championing placemaking: Architecture+DesignScotland launches today; hopefully to correct "erratic planning." -- Planning from the inside out makes the Lincoln Presidential Museum "an architectural flop" (that's the most polite phrase in the review). -- Trying to save portable cubes for affordable housing in Toronto. -- Modern minimalism wins Architecture Association of Ireland awards. -- Sometimes designing a good copy is the right thing to do. -- Walker Art Center ready for its close-up (and hopes are that it makes people smile). -- Meier learns his lesson well. -- Interesting take on 2012 Olympics. -- Gehry's Ground Zero performing arts center put on back-burner? -- Pelli takes on a theme-less hotel-casino in Las Vegas (or: architecture as theme - what a concept!). -- Landscape architects no longer in the background (it's about time). -- Inaugural awards for that most glamorous building type: pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities.




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