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Today's News - July 5, 2006

Students' winning designs for resort hotels in 2055. -- Farrelly on architects, bow ties, and beauty: "the bow tie is a disguise, concealing the bruises of enslavement." -- Katrina spawns a cottage industry. -- "Cargotecture...a stunning reminder of what architecture ought to be about." -- Straw houses for seasonal workers in Virginia. -- Big plans with a Swiss accent for an Israeli town: erase its Arabic past and build Lugano. -- As goes Racine, WI, so goes the country. -- Booming development in the Persian Gulf could be death knell for wildlife. -- Ouroussoff gives a (mostly) thumbs-up for Nouvel's Guthrie Theater. -- Two (excruciating) thumbs-down for Nouvel's Paris museum (though one shouldn't blame the architect entirely). -- A British architect designs a museum for his own treasure chest of post-war art. -- Building the Komyo-ji Temple: Ando in his own words. -- Two Manhattan projects, one baroque, one austere: "each creates a wow by illusion." -- Koolhaas's plan for the Serpentine Pavilion is "a joyous extravagance." -- Renderings so real they fake you out: the up- and downsides of new technology.




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