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Today's News - February 27, 2006

ArcSpace brings us a pictorial of Piano's High Museum and a video of Calatrava's City of Arts and Sciences. -- "Communes" for retirees is "a fledgling movement" (and not just for old hippies). -- Moscow preservationists take their cause to the U.K. -- No shortage of opinions about OMA's Louisville skyscraper. -- Staid Pasadena goes "avant-garde." -- Pleas to save Sunderland, U.K.'s riverfront from a "mega-shed." -- A "generic dud" in a Milwaukee suburb "amounts to putting lipstick on a pig." -- Metal-clad buildings becoming cliché in Baltimore. -- Foster pens a rebuttal to his Wembley Stadium critics. -- Campbell speaks highly of Boston's High Spine. -- A British architect who "revels in the small and unexpected." -- Landscape architects in the Philippines need some grounding. -- Denver's remake of Skyline Park offers a lesson in civic transparency. -- Preservationists still doing battle with Apple's Jobs. -- On view: Calatrava at the Met "underscores the problems that accompany such elaborate and expensive structures." -- Clendinning and Gehry take the spotlight in Ireland.




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