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Today's News - June 28, 2006

We lose a "force in post-modern Italian design." -- Smart planning produces healthy communities. -- The Slow Movement offers lessons for speed-crazed Sydney. -- A conversation with Leon Krier, the "godfather of urban soul." -- Melbourne's Federation Square finally winning hearts as a post-modern village green. -- Epic plans for Philadelphia riverfront. -- Olympic plans: EDAW as master of the "art of designing winning urban schemes." -- 7WTC "a marvel of craftsmanship - craves no limelight." -- Objections to a new Philadelphia tower shouldn't be about its height. -- Confusion in Dubai over Dancing Towers, Dancing Bay, and Legs. -- A Wright house in disrepair offers "an only-in-Detroit experience." -- A private Vancouver high school offers lessons that should be taken public. -- Young Canadian firms win big.




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