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RFQ for expansion and renoviation of Jacob K Jacobs Convention Center

Today's News - June 8, 2005

EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow will be in Internet-deprived climes for the next two days...we'll be back Monday, June 8.......A cautionary (fairy) tale of phantom planning in Sydney (starring Virgin Queen and Grand Vizier). -- New Urbanism takes root in Atlanta, but "is the live-work-play concept all it's built up to be?" -- Park-and-rides beginning to blacken greenbelts in U.K. -- Ten lessons learned from nine high-profile healthcare projects. -- For Kamin, Piano's Art Institute of Chicago wing hits (almost) all the right notes. -- Hawthorne's ode to stadium design: "architecture's most dynamic specialty." -- Wichita stadium shortlist is big on locals (teamed with the biggies, of course). -- Coffee cups and cardboard for earth-friendly, affordable homes of the future. -- King explains why California's reputation for cutting-edge design is deserved or not. -- From Manhattan to Milwaukee: Q&A with Rindler. -- Marvels in miniature at the V&A. -- For your edification and amusement, visit Google.com and join in the celebration of Frank Lloyd Wright's birthday today (the logo alone is worth the trip).

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