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Today's News - June 29, 2006

Yet another version of Freedom Tower, some think for the better. -- A long time coming, Camden, NJ, waterfront finally getting attention. -- The "Vancouver-ization" of Chicago's South Michigan Ave., including another "facade-echtomy." -- Dublin's version of Piazza Navona - not. -- $7 billion Las Vegas project counting on starchitect-studded design to draw international travelers. -- "Neo-eclectic" architect has vision for a Vegas cultural palace. -- Montreal promised a symphony hall - architect not yet included. -- RIP: Old AICP Code (1978-2005) and its "its greater capacity to inspire America's planners." -- Milwaukee Art Museum: iconic at the cost of art? -- The English garden pavilion gets a rethink. -- L.A.'s great, but mostly unknown, architect. -- U.K. firm takeover. -- RAIA awards a split decision. -- In praise of St. Florian.




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