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Today's News - July 5, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to Beijing, Roanoke, and Dublin. -- Kamin's take on Freedom Tower plans: "slouching toward mediocrity." -- A call for entries for "Design For An Emerging World." -- The largest man-made, environmentally friendly structure in the world: "part Disney World, Las Vegas, Bell Laboratories and Mall of America - with a splash of Walden Pond." -- Lessons for G8 from "America's environmental laboratory." -- Holcim Foundation publishes "First Forum: The diversity of sustainability." -- Really big plans (and really big names) for London, Leith, and Brooklyn projects. -- More big names in Cotswold (will Prince Charles like the new neighbors?). -- An "embedded critic" has high hopes for SCI-Arc. -- L.A. loves its Frank Lloyd Wright - or does it? -- Preserving Malaysian heritage by mixing old with new. -- Toronto's opera house, though "sadly ordinary," does manage to hit a few high notes. -- American University's new art center gets almost everything right (though hanging art might be difficult). -- Lighting the bridge fantastic on the River Clyde. -- Mori monologue.




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