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Today's News - April 25, 2005

ArcSpace gives us two views of a California house ("shoebox on pillars") - one celebrates the views, the other makes it an internal experience. -- Editorial and Op-Ed take two different views of Ground Zero. -- A decade after the Oklahoma City bombing, Washington, DC still feels the blast. -- Sydney's suburbs targeted to handle the city's future sprawl (but will it be affordable?). -- Big plans for Santa Fe's abandoned rail yard (prairie-dogs not included). -- Mumbai blocks demolition of historic mills, seeks alternative development. -- Will today's unconventional architectural geometry become tomorrow's cliché? -- It's official: NYC projects assure Calatrava celebrity status (we thought he already was a celebrity - silly us). -- The new Walker addition is "a playful, quirky, sensuous, socially vital counterpoint to the elegant, yet oh-so-serious modern building to which it was added." -- Even with value engineering, Shenandoah museum shows that Michael Graves "plays by his own rules" and "creates strange buildings for strange times." -- For a library in the U.K., the hero of the day is the local authority architects' department. -- Celebrating the restoration of a "stunning, modernist" pavilion. -- Mies van der Rohe's Crown Hall auctions off "Smash Bash" to launch restoration/renovation project (not all are amused). -- Call for entries for the Best Building in Scotland.




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