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Today's News - July 24, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Australia's newest regional gallery and an art center in Baton Rouge considered a "lantern on the levee." -- Finally: new teams and new hope for New Orleans neighborhoods. -- Hume offers his take on the rise (or fall) of the city-state: "The national tail is wagging the civic dog." -- Cities losing out as they shed their middle class. -- Gated communities are not the way to go (bring on TOD's). -- In Milan, Fuksas reinvents the convention center (and Goldberger is innamorato). -- Could London's Gherkin set back the cause of green architecture? -- Glancey says Chipperfield's America's Cup pavilion in Valencia "could teach the British Olympics planning team a thing or two." -- Herzog & de Meuron on both sides of the big pond: praise and pans for Tate expansion, and getting the light right for new Parrish Museum. -- Saving the world one building at a time. -- Research data proves healthy buildings are good for business. -- Ditto in healthcare design. -- Hopes of moving Rapson's Guthrie prove fleeting. -- Hopes of saving stained glass icon at JFK are shattered (with $1.1 billion, they can't spare $1 million?). -- The fight is on to save Stonehenge from traffic hell. -- Vancouver's secret rooftop garden may soon be not so secret. -- A very interesting take on Hadid's Guggenheim show: "...you end up hoping that architectural fantasy will remain a form of personal therapy...that her grandest visions will never become real."

Editor's note: The ANN calendar's Recent Additions now include a number of new competition deadlines - be sure to check them out!


 

 

 

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