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Today's News - August 23, 2005

An "architectural lynch mob" a.k.a. Britain's "Demolition" TV show. -- Not high hopes (and not too many kind words) for Sydney's East Darling Harbour competition. -- San Francisco's Presidio offers a "neat redevelopment lesson." -- A San Diego/Tijuana border park brings people together. -- Calatrava and critics discuss Fordham Spire. -- Wynn claims his Las Vegas mountain makes Pyramids "look like a Lego toy" (we couldn't resist this one). -- A Bangalore hi-tech company HQ opts for a local flavor instead of steel and glass. -- Kansas City arena design may (or may not) meet world-class expectations. -- Three cases of "right-to- life battles over architecture." -- At least the Goodyear House is safe. -- A Boston charter school wins big for design and sustainability. -- Feng shui has a rival as an oil man opts for Vedic principles. -- Architecture students explore a museum's expansion as part of a city's lifeblood. -- Gehry buys a stake in a Chicago landmark (but will they put his name on the building?). -- An exhibition explores "'Whatever Happened to LA? Architectural and Urban Experiments 1970-1990." -- A new executive director for the Pritzker Prize.




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