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Today's News - May 16, 2005

This week, ArcSpace introduces a Danish firm winning big in the U.K., and a new book about Bauhaus. -- Three magazines take on the preservation of Modernism, the cutting edge, and Masters of Design in round-ups and reviews. -- A "California architect and political naif" presents an "elegant plan" for a new Palestinian state - and people are listening. -- Time to deal with the "800-pound gorilla" in affordable housing. -- Study says U.S. housing, transportation, and services not ready to handle the aging population. -- Syracuse has high hopes for an architectural makeover at the edge of town. -- Another serious look at plunking high rises (and "facade-echtomies") in historic districts. -- Cladding: are we seeing the "architectural equivalent of a dress-down Friday?" -- Beauty often runs only budget-deep in school design. -- The new Canadian National Institute for the Blind headquarters "is extraordinary for its ordinariness." -- New stem cell research building like its new neighborhood (and industry): just trying to fit in. -- Washington, DC's newest theater "quietly dramatic, elegantly inelegant." -- Buckminster Fuller's Oklahoma City Gold Dome shines again. - Architecture for Humanity continues to inspire. -- New postage stamps honor great architecture (architects included -- sort of).




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