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Today's News - May 23, 2006

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're heading to a world-without-Internet today (gasp!), but will return on Tuesday, May 30 (Monday is Memorial Day in U.S.)…see you next week! ----- We lose a master and an optimist. -- Brooklyn being "Gehryfied": "…if Gehry's preferred facades…have nothing to do with Brooklyn, his hubris and imagination sure do." -- New Las Vegas mixed-use development will be "like strolling down the streets of Italy" along with the one thing Vegas is missing: a sports bar with gourmet food (well, then, it's about time). -- Landscape architects offer solutions for Nairobi slum. -- Landscape architect of New Zealand waterfront project wins international accolades. -- Textbook cases of new being added to old "without denaturing history." -- How Bunshaft's Wilde was won. -- New Britain (CT) museum is "big, gleaming, and ready for its close-up. -- The reluctant starchitect. -- The world's most dangerous architect. -- Architects who go from towers to dishes. -- Siza show in Santa Monica misses sizzle. -- A St. Florian retrospective celebrates a long career of achievement. -- U.K.'s Designer of the Year really rocks.

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