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Today's News - July 10, 2006

We lose a visionary San Franciscan. -- An international ideas competition for a new Paris Courthouse. -- Another take on Dubai's "Ali Baba-meets-the-Jetsons" aesthetics. -- A few different takes on Gehry's Guggenheim for Abu Dhabi. -- Kaplan gets a comeback from developer on Grand Avenue comments. -- What Melbourne needs now to be the world's most livable city again. -- On Friday, Nobel said Goodbye, Columbus, Indiana; today, King is most kind. -- Minneapolis takes its place as mid-west design capital; cost-benefit analysis still to come. -- In Luxembourg, Pei's new museum awaits a collection. -- Chichester's new Pallant House Gallery is remarkable for any number of reasons. -- Taniguchi to work his minimalist magic in Houston. -- Renovation instead of restoration of Aalto's poetry reading room at Harvard draws some big-name ire. -- Irish architects get London photography gallery gig. -- Johnson's Glass House to open to the public. -- English Heritage gets behind naming Brunel's Great Western Railway a world heritage site.




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