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Today's News - April 10, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Calatrava in Copenhagen. -- 2006 Pritzker Prize winner from Brazil (and two reports that are more than just a press release - there's sure to be more commentary in coming days). -- Toronto putting architecture front and center - again. -- Piano's Morgan Library is a "dazzling expansion." -- A new courthouse in Antwerp by Rogers brings "much-needed light and air into the Belgian legal system" - literally and figuratively. -- One plan for Philadelphia casino won't be a "Vegas-on-the-Delaware. -- Hotels catching the wave with water parks. -- Kennedy Memorial in Dallas doesn't need to be moved or redesigned. -- Modernism - and Modernists - take several lashings. -- Report from Milan Fair: "spectacular forms escape at last from the boxy confines of modernism." -- Software weakens students drawing skills (blame that on the Modernists as well), though the Soane/Gandy partnership between architect and draftsman still inspire some. -- An appreciation of A.C. Martin Jr. and his L.A. style.

EXHIBITION: Barcelona in Progress




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