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Today's News - June 13, 2006

We're back...and have much catching up to do! ----- ArcSpace takes us to a Stuttgart museum that goes v-r-o-o-o-m. -- A not very hopeful look at rebuilding public housing in New Orleans. -- Constrained by state rules constrain creativity for new county office complex in Cleveland. -- Not-so-strange bedfellows: the army embraces New Urbanism. -- The next incarnation of a Virginia trailer park could be a national model. -- A competition exhibition offers solutions to greening our 'burbs. -- While other large firms have slumped "toward mediocrity," Foster's Manhattan tower offers up "ferocious energy and "confidence in its own values." -- A few items re: Toronto's new opera house: there's some sparkle, but ultimately a lost opportunity. -- It's architect is "relentless and brilliant...nobody ever said that alpha males are easy." -- The staircase, a complex feat of glass engineering that almost wasn't. -- Two takes on Lincoln Center's much-needed makeover (and a choice of two very different visions for an atrium). -- Extreme makeover for American communes: now they're eco-villages and co-housing communities. -- Hadid's take on urbanism and optimism. -- A look at her Dancing Towers in Dubai. -- London's reborn Roadhouse is more than a theater. -- A grand vision for Edinburgh's Cowgate/CoSo. -- In Glasgow, new Master's course in urban design combines history and human scale (what a concept!). -- A new anthology on sustainability will benefit a good cause. -- A stellar shortlist for RIBA's Lubetkin Prize.




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