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Today's News - July 28, 2005

Playing the odds for Stirling Prize. -- A crisis brewing for Scottish architecture? One opinion: "set-piece "signature" buildings...have had their day." -- An exhibition in Edinburgh tells a different story. -- Calatrava's Chicago spire inspires the desire for great architecture to trump the fear of terrorism. -- A very different take: "a great designer is commoditized, and a great city is caricatured." -- The architect's pen as magic wand. --Ground Zero transit hub clips wings and grows a beak. -- South Florida (as elsewhere) searches for affordable and workforce housing solutions. -- A soaring wing for the Louvre's Islamic art. -- New JFK terminal "a billion dollars' worth of antiseptic airport neutrality." -- Revisiting 1959 vision for San Francisco - and a good thing it didn't come to pass. -- Maltese firm wins in Croatia. -- Good news for Hemingway's house in Cuba. -- Exploring architecture and the brain. -- CA Boom II opens its doors in Santa Monica. -- European Heritage Days launch in September.




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