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Today's News - May 9, 2005

ArcSpace brings us a photo-essay of the building of a Gehry museum in Germany, and a new theater in The Netherlands. -- Recent rants against New Urbanism use flawed data. -- Perhaps smart growth planners should focus more on "center cities and their ragged edges." -- Even with its many problems, Mexico City holds positive lessons for Toronto and other urban centers. -- Concern mounts about foreign architects using Beijing as a testing ground as the city "lavishes an estimated £40 billion on the capital in the run-up to the 2008 Olympics" -- Does Manhattan need a stadium? A look at other cities where it worked - and didn't work. -- Nagoya's Expo 2005 beguiles (and the pavilions will be "returned to nature"). -- Berlin's new Holocaust memorial is everything but sentimental -- Diana memorial fountain "feels more like a lawn bordered by Tarmac than the meadow...promised." -- An impressive shortlist for the Edmonton Art Gallery. -- The Walker Art Center expansion is one of several cultural projects putting the "central coast" on the international architectural map. -- Q&A with McDonough: his goal is nothing less than eliminating waste and pollution. -- New resources to measure building performance. -- Mori takes on the masters. -- Infill construction boom calls for creativity, from underground gyms to parking lots. -- Request for Qualifications for California school district performing arts center.




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