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Today's News - June 5, 2006

ArcSpace takes us to Seattle. -- A study finds Seattle among the most sustainable U.S. cities. -- Is it time to scrap WTC memorial plans and start all over? -- A bold Dutch plan is selected to transform Toronto's waterfront. -- Hadid wins big in Dubai. -- Pearman offers one of the more interesting/insightful/amusing takes on the "Zaha legend." -- Move over Dubai: Qatar and a "Fab Four" of architects (along with Oman and Bahrain) are hot on its heels. -- Starchitects making stylish - and saleable - skyline for NYC (or are they making a pact with the Devil?). -- Piano may sign on for San Francisco tower: would be the city's "first glamorous project" in a "new era of architectural distinction." - Piano's Morgan is the best and worst of modernism: "exquisite inside, and as attractive as an industrial shipping container outside." -- The future of suburban cul-de-sacs in doubt: homeowners love 'em; planners call them a failed experiment. -- Turrell's Skyspace only part of the "refabrication" of a Chicago neighborhood into "a new and very different urban reality." -- An Alsop master plan for a rundown site in Bradford, U.K. -- Not everyone is thrilled with his "creative prison" design. -- London's Roundhouse reborn - and ready to rock. -- Michigan's governor puts design on the front burner. -- A new youth center demonstrates why a young Chicago designer "deserves a spot on the design map." -- O'Herlihy brings Dublin lessons from L.A. -- The AIA descends on L.A. this week: "Visiting a multi-cultural, egalitarian L.A. should serve the cliquish AIA well, if only for a few days."

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