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Today's News - August 26, 2005

Preservation of the worst and best kind: In Toronto, it's "sentimental, perfunctory, pointless." -- In Syracuse, NY, it's illuminating plans for new school of architecture, but "all-too-predictable municipal thinking" for nearby Art Deco railroad bridge. -- In Chicago, a Burnham building is worth saving (but not for reasons you might think). -- In St. Louis, mid-1960s apartment buildings are no longer sitting on the sidelines. -- High-rise living will catch on in Melbourne, but "glaring problems" with public transportation (Vancouver a good role model?) -- Original architect of Providence civic center might get renovation contract - or will fee send job to second choice? -- A pricey two-day workweek for Holyrood architect raises eyebrows (and "takes the biscuit"). -- A minimalist museum in Iowa is "a monument to that notion of good taste." -- A California exhibition about Ground Zero memorial gives voice to landscape architect. -- A design diva wows, befuddles (and almost blinds) a crowd at Serpentine Gallery's summer pavilion. -- Architect garners Educator Honor Award. -- A competition to jump-start green housing design.




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