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Today's News - July 26, 2006

How could we resist three eloquent takes on Tate Modern 2: it's gothic fun; it's an epic sequel; it's a chaotic, energetic architectural explosion bursting out of a brick cliff. -- Goldhagen offers a lengthy and eloquent analysis Koolhaas's approach to public spaces (as she takes on the mantle of architecture critic for TNR). -- Toronto serves up a report on strategies for a creative city. -- "Transformative investments" seem like a good start. -- The sprawl vs. smart growth and New Urbanism debate is far from a black and white issue. -- A September conference may offer solutions. -- Climate experts warn not to build in the paths of hurricanes (but will anybody listen?). -- A Caribbean island is a blank slate for a stellar array of starchitects. -- For new San Francisco tower, it's really what's on the inside that counts. -- A Kansas museum envisions a national center for suburban studies. -- An Alaskan museum reflects natural wonders. -- TEDTalks about Architecture for Humanity with Cameron Sinclair. -- Call for entries: sustainable urbanism and architecture for the Galapagos.




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