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Today's News - April 24, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Lab in Riyadh and Møller in London. -- We lose a master of 1960's Modernism. -- The "Picasso of architecture" making his mark across Canada. -- Gehry on Grand Avenue: designs will be released today, but Hawthorne fears it will be "a good deal less public-minded than many of us had hoped." -- Gehry hopes to foster a vibrant urban scene. -- Nearby, Classical-style condo towers to rise 50 and 60 stories. -- Also on Grand Avenue, an arts campus by Prix obliterates the box. -- Miles of museum news: High praise for Prix in Akron as well. -- Pelli's perfect fit in Madison. -- Piano re-commissioned for Harvard museum overhaul, and more high praise for his Morgan expansion. -- "Art-starved Central Texans" finally bathed in art at the Blanton in Austin. -- Meier's Roman treasure opens, "rescued from its Fascist association, if not from politics." -- Glancey pays homage to media-shy and barely-remembered engineers behind great architecture. -- The corner gas station re-invented for hydrogen. -- In Japan, "fairy tale buildings" only 30 years old are showing their age. -- California senior housing offers places to age gracefully in vibrant urban settings. -- In Phoenix, "too much modern architecture seems to revel in ugliness." -- Young architects offer imaginative solutions for cultural center on the tip of an island in New York.

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