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Today's News - July 18, 2005

We lose an important voice that encouraged daring architecture. -- City of (un)brotherly love: Philadelphia's "unchecked eminent domain" could end up costing the city dearly. -- Australians see(k) Olympic gold in London. -- It's a "don't walk here" sign for Chicago pedestrians. -- An architect is aghast at plans to include Empire State Building replica in Indiana suburban strip mall. -- One might not mind living near a high-design wind turbine. -- First affordable housing accessible to those with disabilities. -- San Jose's new City Hall gets one of the most effusive reviews we've ever read. -- The White City's Bauhaus architecture finally getting a makeover...with political overtones. -- Boston developer a decidedly good neighbor with community garden included in the plans. -- A young Tacoma firm (founded by old hands) wins big in China. -- Saarinen's trendsetting Bell Labs up for sale: Roche and Papademetriou chime in, but the land is worth more than the buildings. -- Disneyland turns 50" "...has worked its magic on our culture and transformed the entertainment industry." -- Design like you give a damn: Sinclair/Architecture For Humanity brings the message to the National Building Museum.




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