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Today's News - June 29, 2005

Freedom Tower redesigned (lots of images…reviews are sure to follow); landscape by Walker. -- Grimshaw's nearby transit complex gets its dome clipped a bit. -- China experiencing architectural growing pains; hopefully, "the days of Chinese schools churning out assembly-line architects" are numbered. -- Pearman takes on Britain's "40 under 40." -- Austin battles big boxes. -- Low-income housing project in San Francisco proves "tight budgets needn't be a barrier to good design." -- Research shows how architecture can make a difference for older adults. -- Siza's Serpentine beast is a "fusion of boldness and subtlety, casualness and precision." -- A U.K. car park has a "lynch mob" nipping at its heels; the architect is not pleased. -- Saudi Arabia to build its first-ever private university. -- Palm Beach high school takes its cue from the Chrysler Building and Fritz Lang. -- Washington, DC, to get a new Gustafson-designed oasis. -- MoMA curator makes his mark Miami. -- Western Pennsylvania has Fallingwater - and a Gropius/Breuer gem.




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