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Today's News - June 26, 2006

ArcSpace brings us two happenings in Denmark and two tomes by Zumthor. -- Hollyrood may be in for some more rude awakenings. -- Another project in the U.K. calls into question the worth of publicly-funded buildings (magenta fish notwithstanding). -- It's a Nouvel day: for his Paris museum, Glancey glows, and Dyckhoff disses. -- The Guthrie dazzles; an interesting inside look at the selection process (Koolhaas was aloof, Viñoly was disdainful...). -- L.A. getting closer to having its own Times Square. -- Chicago's skyscraper boom. -- The "Kubla Khan of hotels." -- Cook talks about his green conversion. -- Koolhaas as "the architect's architect." -- Terry the traditionalist calls himself "the pastiche Michelangelo." -- Two thumbs-up for Washington, DC's Old Patent Office Building reborn as two Smithsonian's. -- Toronto's redesigned Gardiner Museum "a work of fine urban surgery." -- One-man architect show in Chicago perhaps a bit premature. -- Mori takes on Poe Park in the Bronx. -- Hollywood Bowl fountain gets a renewed splash from the past. -- "Oasis" in London is a soothing urban (video worth a look!). -- Winners announced in Living Steel sustainable housing competition: Warsaw and Kolkata, India, will benefit.




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