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Today's News - July 14, 2005

Call for EOI for steely sustainable housing competition. -- Imagining future cities: Hollywood visions miss the mark. -- A spotlight on African American design innovators. -- Building codes challenge adaptive re-use and historic preservation. -- Boca Raton debates creative reinterpretation of Mizner's Mediterranean revival style. -- Gehry gets the go-ahead for L.A.'s Grand Avenue redevelopment. -- But grumblings about Gehry in Brooklyn grow louder. -- The Pritzkers' new Hyatt Center "takes the edge off Chicago's relentless right angles." -- MoMA/PS 1's Young Architect winner "clearly has talent" but will a "status-obsessed culture give him the time to develop it." -- Design for a new hospital in Milwaukee needs some doctoring. -- A retreat in Ireland creates "the right environment for contemplation." -- A Minneapolis music school to get a new home with high-profile neighbors. -- Icy architecture that warms the heart. -- Target misses the mark with knockoffs.




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