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Today's News - July 22, 2005

A call to open architectural doors to minorities in the U.K. -- Sustainability, affordability, and dignity wins over flash. -- Toronto's fear of both towering heights and medium density. -- Gehry (and $5 billion) is a "test cases for a new relationship between commercial real estate and urban design." -- Team named for £2 billion transformation of London's Wood Wharf into "a housing and office metropolis." -- Washington, DC's former Wax Museum site to be transformed into $200 million CityVista. -- Wal-Mart testing green design in Texas and Colorado. -- Jet Blue's JFK terminal a "fusion of panache and practicality." -- University oratory design inspired by Fay Jones. -- A 1962 London building saved from demolition (but not all are pleased). -- Weekend diversions: A pick-of-the-litter from V&A/Architects' Journal's "40 Under 40." -- Cedric Price: "…hugely encouraging for all us dreamers about an exhibition of the works of someone who achieved so little." -- Kahn's "little bathhouse that could."




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