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Today's News - May 31, 2005

World Environment Day takes on sustainable urbanism - all week in San Francisco. -- Scorecards abound: Hits and misses in U.S. and U.K. sustainable "mixed communities." -- Auckland tackles "ugly building" syndrome. -- A star system for U.K. office buildings (including the "slippery area of design appeal"). -- Toronto's waterfront plans may be a bit tardy, but designs are right on target. -- Holyrood wins top Scottish Design Award while Miralles's widow moves on to other projects around the world. -- Piano's new wing for the Art Institute of Chicago has everyone talking (Sun-Times report certainly the most poetic). -- Changes in Dallas opera house plans are subtle but significant. -- A thoughtful assessment of "the sad loss" of Gehry's Corcoran Gallery addition. -- Munich's new stadium is "sensational." -- A vacant schoolhouse transformed. -- Despite Ground Zero woes, "Libeskind keeps up the happy patter." -- Security can be pretty. -- A "cone of silence" for office cubicles.




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