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Today's News - September 6, 2005

This week, ArcSpace gives us close-ups of Hadid in Denmark and Calatrava in Sweden. -- Critics and experts from everywhere chime in about the future of New Orleans - and every one worth reading (happy news for us: a friend and colleague is safe in Houston and talking to the New York Times). -- Hong Kong's senior architect says cultural heritage is key to timeless architecture. -- New York City continues to reconfigure its waterfront. -- NYC's Javits Center expansion has stellar shortlist to choose from. -- A Modernist masterpiece masterfully restored in Chicago. -- Rome's first modern monument rises. -- "Living above the store" takes on new meaning in Washington, DC. -- High hopes for British domestic architecture with "modesty, grace and ingenuity." -- A tribute to those who do the building.




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