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Today's News - June 1, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to the Norwegian Coast-Cultural Center. -- Three must-reads for today: Sudjic deconstructs the Edifice Complex. -- Dunlop asks "the architectural question of the decade": are we turning cities into playgrounds for the rich? -- Rich calls Ground Zero "pure unadulterated farce." -- Big plans for Manhattan's East River (beach included). -- Toronto's modernist Regent Park South looks doomed. -- Meanwhile, Milwaukee gets "a refreshing touch of modernism." -- Stadiums are the new urban cathedrals (or museums or opera houses). -- Does Kansas City stadium resemble another that's making a big splash in the news these days? -- Charlotte races after NASCAR. -- Seattle's new air terminal "will send travelers' spirits soaring." -- New student housing in Ontario is green and sexy. -- Prefab is British Columbia's latest big export. -- Montana State University Native American Student Center designed by a Native American. -- ASLA awards abound. -- Canadian Centre for Architecture names an architect as director.




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