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Today's News - June 19, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Siza in Santa Monica. -- A New Delhi architect and urban planner on what threatens his city with collapse. -- Philadelphia's effort to attract/keep a creative class. -- A new campaign in the U.K. looks at "The Cost of Bad Design" with the goal to turn the tide on "depressing public buildings." -- China is SOM's "laboratory of sorts for the firm's experimental skyscraper design work." Saffron on third casino proposal for Philadelphia: it's big on parking. -- Rochon on Toronto's new opera house: "Outside blah, inside awe." -- Kamin does Minneapolis: Nouvel's Guthrie is a "stunner"; Pelli intrigues; and Graves disappoints. -- Campbell finds innovation and sizzle on the Left Coast. -- High hopes that Nasher Museum will be "a catalyst of both art and artful thinking at Duke." -- Toronto's new Gardiner Museum reasserts "architecture's power to transform the city." -- Nouvel's "modernist architectural gem in the heart of historic Paris...startles in many senses." -- Rome may finally be ready for Meier's modernism. -- A "little pocket of one little city safe from the forces of sameness." -- Architects take on the U.S./Mexico border fence. -- Hadid at the Guggenheim: she's "a utopian at heart." -- She also designed "Prairie Skyscraper: Frank Lloyd Wright's Price Tower" at the National Building Museum (and it's worth a visit).




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