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Today's News - August 1, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to Chicago, Jerusalem, and Venice (California). -- As expected, several more bon mots for Calatrava's Chicago spire. -- Towering plans in London begs the question: Is bigger really better? -- Questions re: towering plans for L.A.'s Grand Avenue: will Gehry be the answer? -- Move over Gehry: Norten's star is rising. -- A Brit is winning the heart of America's heartland in Davenport and Des Moines. -- China's rush to develop is causing major environmental - and social - woes. -- No need to go to Disneyland...we live there already (perhaps that's not such a good thing). -- Green with pride in Orange County, CA. -- Why starchitects are lining up to design homes "on flooded Cotswolds gravel pits." -- A campus building may be difficult to love, but is worth saving. -- A Miami Art Deco masterpiece is brilliantly restored. -- How Henry Hope Reed saved architecture. -- A comic book gives us Cinderella City, a New York "laced with architectural marvels that were proposed but never actually constructed."




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