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RFQ for expansion and renoviation of Jacob K Jacobs Convention Center

Today's News - June 6, 2005

ArcSpace gives us Alsop for children and Gehry curating a few of his friends. -- "Mr. Blobby" (a.k.a. Alsop) gives U.K. hospital design a long-needed shot in the arm. -- Re-thinking Ground Zero: Goldberger's thoughtful take. -- Re-thinking London's South Bank - "the Bermuda Triangle of architectural reputations." -- Seeking soul and grandeur for Los Angeles's Grand Avenue. -- Europa Nostra European Heritage Awards honor 38 winners. -- Building new icons by recycling iconic buildings from an earlier time. -- Auckland moves to protect its heritage, but a battle looms with the "more precious and arrogant of the [architectural] profession. -- A Nouvel mall in a "dialogue" with London's St. Paul's Cathedral (we'll withhold opinion, but check out the rendering). -- On ethics: "It's time we embrace the people who produce buildings, not just the people who design and occupy them." -- On criticism: it's not the gap between architecture critics and readers, but architects and the public. -- An architect is only as good as his/her client. -- Visionaries share their ideas. -- On semantics: For Safdie, it's "responsible" not "green" architecture. -- Baltimore's new African-American museum comes to life. -- New Manhattan condo with suburban luxury (oh, really?). -- Houston has a thing for buildings with hats. -- Supercomputing virtual traffic (not your kid's video game).

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