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Today's News - May 27, 2005

Editor's note: ANN will be taking a break for Memorial Day (U.S.) on Monday...we'll be back Tuesday 05/31. ----- Winners, winners everywhere: Ando wins UIA Gold - and other prizes to be handed out in Istanbul in July. -- Coney Island Parachute Pavilion design winners from all over the globe. -- ArchVoices essay winners offer food for thought. -- Studies show Ohioans want to live less densely. -- Architects' copyrights and integrity tested in Sydney and L.A. -- Taipei 101might be the tallest, but perhaps more interesting architecture found in Hsinchu. -- Doom and gloom lifting from London's Dome. -- The stars in alignment for U.K. project: Gehry and Pitt together again (we picked the story that actually has an image of the project, not just the hunk). -- Another pit (one "t" this time)in the pits wins big. -- Philadelphia gallery is "a gorgeous excuse for a staircase." -- Farrelly fawns over trees. -- A reading list for the long weekend.




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