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Today's News - May 23, 2005

Dateline: the Red Rocks of Sedona, Arizona (hot, hot weather and slow, slow internet connection). ---- ArcSpace brings us a "jazzy" new school in Essen. -- Gehry's wing for the Corcoran could get clipped. -- Is Philadelphia entering an era of high-rise heaven or zoning with no conscience? -- A "uniquely adventurous" high-profile California project (and not a starchitect in sight). -- An Oklahoma museum is a "Sooner success." -- A paltry fee, but a brave new public building type. -- Hadid gives BMW plant a new twist on a Modernist past. -- Libeskind to redraw the St. Louis skyline. -- A conversation with Shigeru Ban. -- Marcus Prize-winning architects are "optimistic and witty and environmentally savvy." -- Discovering the treasures of Toronto. -- It wasn't all sweetness and light at ICFF. -- Early filmmakers who captured cities on screen.




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