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Today's News - June 20, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to a performing arts center in the Arizona desert. -- L.A.'s downtown building boom offers lessons for downtowns everywhere. -- A "merry band of architectural pranksters" in Philadelphia redefine the rowhouse. -- An office tower planned to meet Vedic and LEED standards. -- Ove Arup's 1946 visionary business model still works wonders. -- Ground Zero: memorial revisions "threatening to transform the site into a theme park haunted by death;" Deutsche Bank building lingers on; the photographer who documented Lower Manhattan's demolition decades ago. -- Classic American hotels threatened by demolition or conversion. -- Chicago's Wrigley Building not protected, either (could there be balconies in its future?). -- National Design Awards are all well and good - or are they if no one gets to actually see the designs? -- Alsop pays tribute to Cedric Price. -- Efforts to save Louis Kahn's Trenton Bath House include an upcoming exhibition.


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