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Today's News - August 29, 2005

ArcSpace offers an Øresund Region sneak-peek. -- Malmo's new neighborhood may be an architectural delight, but it may not be so good neighborly. -- A $2.99 toxic bath toy is a clue to what we're doing wrong. -- A plan to get Palestine back on track. -- Manhattan's 42nd Street and Chicago's Navy Pier 10 years later: the good, the bad - and the ugly. -- Chicago's grand 2020 plan: a look at the inevitable, the iffy, and the unlikely. -- SCI-Arc students show off development visions for the Los Angeles River. -- Atlanta airport design may be "stunning," but things are getting ugly between design team and client. -- "Is imitation the sincerest form of architecture?" -- WTC Memorial Museum begins to take shape. -- Shaping China's skylines: "...a thoroughly Western modernism with subtle Chinese characteristics marks a new front both for China's development and the globalization of architecture." -- Clooney's $3 billion casino: there's a pix, but no architect named - yet (might it be buddy Brad Pitt?). -- A Sunday chat with Libeskind: "We live in a beautiful world." -- A glass-bottomed skywalk for Grand Canyon (is this really necessary?).




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