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Today's News - July 12, 2005

Farrelly questions whether Australia can ever get past mediocre and "bog-ordinary" architecture. -- Is the "urban majority" bullying the rural minority? -- The Olympics need to leave behind more than memorable games. -- Toronto likes pedestrians - just not on its streets. -- Starting from zero at Ground Zero: a design marathon. -- A chemically-sensitive Arizona community worried about what new neighbors might do. -- Germany encourages its architects to look to Dubai and Shanghai. -- A grand vision for U.K.'s Battersea power station. -- UConn's Musculoskeletal Institute is "an excellent example of how a building can respond to its local setting without sacrificing its identity" (also featured in ANN: "Metaphors in Motion"). -- Malls evolving or withering - or transforming into schools. -- "X" marks the design for new Liverpool museum. -- Architect's high-profile ferry lifestyle now under scrutiny (but very good for business). -- Call for entries for South Africa's reconstituted Loerie Awards; seeking brand-based architecture and design. -- ASLA honors 33 with Professional Awards.




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