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Today's News - May 17, 2005

CCA offers an eyeful with exhibit examining Montreal's radical urban redevelopment of the 1960s. -- Rethinking Ground Zero: an opinion roundup (some are doozies). -- Trump to offer his own WTC vision tomorrow (big model, no architect named, not very kind words for Libeskind). -- UNESCO takes on tall buildings, a.k.a. modern architecture. -- Toronto's mayor calls for distinctive architecture; urban awards abound. -- According to Florida's new "ominous" book, the creative class is fleeing to far-flung places. -- A Cradle-to-Cradle conference convenes in Silicon Valley in June. -- High hopes that new museum will spark Grand Rapids downtown redevelopment. -- The Hermitage has its own grand expansion plans (with Koolhaas as advisor and St. Petersburg's most winning architecture firm). -- Santa Fe selects traditional and "green" design for new civic center. -- An impressive list vies to design Wichita's new downtown arena. -- Ailey's new home fits its Manhattan neighborhood "both culturally and aesthetically." -- A landscape architect takes it on the chin about plans for NYC's Washington Square Park. -- Winning designs in Wisconsin. -- Thom Mayne talks (and some listeners like his gravelly voice).




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