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Today's News - May 26, 2005

A new competition launched for self-sufficient housing. -- Design trends for a graying population. -- Another look at a (possibly?) feasible vision for Palestine. -- Ouroussoff takes on the NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission: is it preserving or embalming? -- Another step closer to the transformation of 2 Columbus Circle (or, for some, another nail in the coffin). -- Long Island Modernist treasure still struggling for survival. -- WTC memorial reworked, for better or worse. -- Cloud, mushroom, and "spikey" pods, a helix-shaped staircase - Alsop's Queen Mary Medical School "breaks new architectural ground." -- Art Gallery of Hamilton revamp rights 1970s blight. -- Las Vegas "urban metropolis" gets Gensler. -- A special image-filled NYT section devoted to the Chrysler Building (plan to spend some time here). -- Weekend diversions: "10x10_2" is weighty tome; "In the Bubble: Designing in a Complex World" a good break from "fizzy world of high-style design"; "Los Angeles Plays Itself" worth the price of admission. -- We couldn't resist...could this be the start of a trend? NYC passes "potty parity" bill (good news for the plumbing industry - and for womankind!).




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