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Today's News - April 5, 2006

Are plans for the Arc in Palestine destined to gather nothing but awards and dust? -- A look who's designing Yale's $2 billion building program (more like who isn't designing something?). -- Washington, DC's ballpark design called banal. -- Hawthorne's take on plans for Gehryland in L.A. and Brooklyn in a "post-Jane Jacobs era." -- A starchitect triple-bill panel at L.A. Design Week. -- In London, Piano's "shard" to get a little sister. -- No holds barred in Q&A with Koolhaas. -- Getting inside the head of a landscape architect who's changed Oregon (and a lot of other places) forever. -- An architect deemed either an eccentric or a creative genius hopes to ensure a place in history. -- 17 projects win CNU Charter Awards for urban design. -- Denver museum sets opening date - it's on time and on budget (that's refreshing news!). -- On view: Sottsass in L.A.: beauty is primary goal. -- In Seoul, Korean architects turn a steely eye on everyday objects. -- Exhibit in India shows off LOA (that's living organic architecture). -- CCA lecture series senses the city on many levels. -- Building without a permit? You could get caught with new mapping technology.

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