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Today's News - July 11, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Nouvel's Guthrie (great pix!). -- We lose a master of skyscrapers. -- Pittsburgh picks team for riverfront cultural district, a "green," mixed-use, arts/residential neighborhood. -- A renewed downtown underground for Oklahoma City. -- Architectural storms brewing in Sarasota: the city considers a "sky plaza" - "a sort of elevated concrete park" (no design credit given, but do take a look). -- Sky plaza called a "beast" and brings to mind the probable loss of Rudolph's Riverview school: Gwathmey is saddened, and Foster is furious. -- On a brighter not, in another part of Florida, new life for Wright's "waterdome." -- Study shows more Brits are interested in history than celebrity. -- BBC revives "Restoration." -- Gehry joins a Singapore casino team (bids still pending). -- But his UConn project comes up $70 million short. -- Dyson to deliver a "green" school for design innovation to encourage engineering careers. -- Beijing's new "back garden." -- AIA's first African American president discusses race and architecture (and more). -- Cruz discusses architectural and urban planning solutions for international border zones. -- 70th anniversary of New York's Triborough Bridge sparks and exhibition and a reappraisal of Robert Moses. -- Dilbert take note: cubicles are getting hip. -- One we couldn't resist: some want to rename Penny Lane - say it ain't so!




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