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Today's News - May 25, 2005

All is not rosy as it seems for cities' renaissance. -- Suburban sprawl finally facing polluted runoff - and doing something about it. -- When worlds collide: the battle for SCI-Arc campus. -- The great malls of China: "a shoppers' version of paradise and hell all wrapped in one." -- Mega-mall in upstate New York offers lessons for future mall builders. -- In San Diego, a plea for the "GSA to make the design process as transparent as the brilliant tower it proposes to build." -- Whitney wins with Plan B. -- Big plans for Cincinnati Art Museum. -- Miami's Fontainebleau but with a Vegas address. -- A Brit to build at Princeton. -- Taniguchi is not about flash. -- Winners all: Toronto Architecture & Urban Design Awards; Architecture for Humanity's Siyathemba competition; and ASLA's newest honorary members.




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