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Today's News - July 25, 2005

An eloquent tribute to a landscape architect who worked magic. -- Criticism matters. -- A critic takes on stadiums and "the modernist- and postmodernist-dominated architectural establishment." -- Add a little auto-traffic, and struggling pedestrian malls might make it. -- With £100bn-worth of new buildings in the offing, London's newest architecture gallery offers the what, who, and why. -- New "smart" building materials to help clean the air. -- Re-designing Miami's Design District. -- An architect's grand designs for Glasgow. -- A small Basque village with Bilbao dreams. -- The Huntington Gallery spreads its wings. -- A "petite peninsula" in New Jersey offers grand (and pricey) views. -- Minnesota architects lend a hand half a world away. -- An impressive list of winners: RAIA's 2005 Victorian Architecture Awards.




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