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Today's News - September 19, 2005

DVDs: Corbu would be pleased. -- China begins an "experiment in ecologically balanced living." -- "The Incredibly Bold, Audaciously Cheesy, Jaw-Droppingly Vegasified, Billion-Dollar Glam-Rock Makeover of Coney Island" (we couldn't top that headline). -- Alsop "audacious" in Edmonton (and up against Stout, Hadid, and Erickson). -- Wexner Center's extreme makeover: "Architects expect buildings to have faults, like children" Eisenman mused. -- Big plans for Brooklyn Bridge park - but only for those with big bucks? -- Welsh Assembly HQ finally assembled (it took long enough). -- Kansas City decides to keep new arts center's great sightlines. -- A new whaling museum is a "magical architectural space." -- A Deco treasure in Manila wins big. -- Shotgun houses: "one of the prime reasons that New Orleans matters architecturally." -- A new book reconsiders Saarinen. -- Shared angst: Rochon lunches with Pollack and Gehry. -- Small dollhouses with big, green dreams.




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