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Today's News - July 28, 2006

Melbourne in search of a vision for its Docklands. -- Sydney in search of a museum to preserve its design heritage. -- A call for architects and building owners to "fully embrace" sustainable design principles. -- Green rooftops taking root -- slowly - in Toronto. -- Architectural imagination isn't always expensive. -- A Canadian venture in new suburbansim; hopes that its architecture will match its boldness. -- It's a fight over height for a big U.K. project. -- Chipperfield wins yet another museum competition. -- German architects take on stadiums in South Africa for 2010 World Cup (but concerns about the country's less than timely preparation schedule). -- Alberta's new children's hospital "the most beautiful place you could ever hope to never have the misfortune to visit." -- O'Donnell + Tuomey win regional museum in Northern Ireland. -- Philadelphia losing its grand interior spaces to faceless chains. -- Docomomo US launches online forum re: Aalto's poetry room at Harvard. -- A Spanish architect wows them in Sydney. -- A new memorial at the Tower of London is both sad and funny, and a sign of the times.


 

 

 

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