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Today's News - August 5, 2005

Eminent domain ruling: backlash has some developers reeling. -- Five futuristic designs make shortlist for Sydney's East Darling Harbour $1 billion re-do. -- London seeing a "surge of phallic architectural abandon" - but not paying enough attention to what goes on at ground-level. -- A guide to some of Moscow's hidden (and possibly soon-to-be-lost) Soviet constructivist treasures. -- In Prague, Wenceslas Square may soon be more pedestrian-friendly; and a housing complex inspired by NYC's Central Park. -- Is 1980s architecture due for a revival? (yikes!) -- A data center is first to be LEED green. -- Manhattan's Columbus Circle finally has a center. -- Heat taking its toll on Chicago's Millennium Park. -- Sydney Design 05 includes "Sydney designers unplugged." -- Touring rock concert "a node of mobile architecture" and "ambitious nomadic design erecting itself nightly."




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