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Today's News - July 21, 2005

Piano vs. Gehry: a New York score card. -- An ode to steel and the "strategy of wrap and hide" it..."a concept that has grown tiresome for certain architects" (and not others). operating around the world. -- Turning historic Fairmont Hotel's "butt-ugly" 1961 addition into condos not such a bad idea (even better - tear it down). -- A closer look at past and present plans for Manhattan's Penn Station/Farley Post Office project. -- Shigeru Ban's vision of the new Pompidou Centre in Metz, France shaped like a Chinese hat. -- Antarctic research station "like a caterpillar on skis." -- Toronto's new trash bins pure crass. -- Coney Island's Parachute Jump pavilion a "leap of imagination." -- The secret lives of movie stars: they'd rather be architects. -- EOI deadline for National Portrait Gallery, Canberra. -- A grand exhibition of Holabird & Root's 125 years in Chicago.




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