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Today's News - April 13, 2005

Architecture+DesignScotland challenges architects and developers to work together for a better Glasgow. -- A call for Hong Kong to create an "urban planning vision" to encourage to reach "potential to be a hub for local arts and culture." -- Alberta, Canada, has a new think-tank to bridge design and the real world. -- "Lackluster modern architecture" no longer the norm in Rome. -- Atlanta dreams of a "green necklace." -- The $1-billion transformation of Toronto's Regent Park could be "a showcase of the 21st century's best architectural ideas and urban visions." -- Shigeru Ban: "For me, making a house for the rich or a victim of disaster is the same." -- Calori & Vanden-Eynden bridge a linguistic divide in China (note: C&V-E also designed ANN). -- Walker Art Center's new wing provokes. -- Chicago Art Institute gets land to expand. -- Robert A.M. Stern in Florida: cheers for new library in Miami; his vision about the old and new in Palm Beach. -- In Las Vegas: we found image of Pelli's multi-billion-dollar casino project; an architect/developer hopes to draw the hip with townhouses clad in corrugated steel. -- A California architect wins big in copyright suit. -- Mayne talks to Voice of America. -- A conversation with winner of this year's MoMA/PS1 Young Architects program.


 

 

 

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