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Today's News - June 22, 2006

EDITOR'S NOTE: Technical troubles left us without Internet access yesterday...we have much catching up to do! ----- Revised design for 9/11 memorial at Ground Zero may meet budget requirements, but what do we lose in the process? -- San Francisco's Presidio too dependent on market-driven development. -- Sydney's "fearless leaders" offer a "new twist on the old land-grab trick." -- Kunstler discusses impact of energy demand on cities and transportation. -- Goldberger on troubling misuse Jacob's legacy by developers and followers. -- A "Catholic dream town" rises in Florida (what would Jane say?). -- Hurricane-proof houses (tanks with roofs?). -- In the U.K., a model for social housing is an island of white. -- Makeover for a convention center in Jerusalem gives "cause for concern over the fate of the original building and the architectural culture that it represents." -- Hawthorne's take on new Guthrie Theater: "ungainly, yet sexy...compellingly, humanely flawed." -- There's nothing old school about a new school in Connecticut. -- Herman miller's "leap of faith." -- Rybczynski steps into Zaha's world. -- Herzog & de Meuron present "a bewitching experiment" at MoMA; and a New Yorker named as new architecture curator. -- A new association formed for the interior architecture and design industry in Ireland.




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