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Today's News - August 7, 2006

ArcSpace takes to Essen where Koolhaas does coal and SANAA does a school. -- Environment - and the bottom line - spurs on green building. -- Global mindset needed to combat climate change. -- Seattle mayor brings Kyoto to the backyard to stem city sprawl. -- What urban developers call "smart growth," others call "vertical sprawl." -- Farrelly asks why, after six years, Sydney's Olympic Park remains a white elephant mired in rhetoric. -- Does Melbourne need another icon? -- NYC's Center for Architecture shows off 52 cultural projects worth $2.8 billion - can the city support so much? (Yes, if the buildings "have a purpose other than satisfying some kind of edifice complex.") -- The Louvre recalls Pei for a "drastic rethink" of his glass pyramid. -- Is new "modern" architecture progressive or too "image-oriented" and showy? -- St. Paul, MN, is "on a weird architectural diet that allows anything to be built so long as it's free of inspiration." -- Nashville is buying into contemporary architecture. -- Because of less bureaucracy, German architect for South Africa's 2010 World Cup stadiums says there's enough time. -- Ando brings "unusual beauty" to the Berkshires. -- Toronto Reference Library renovation is a Moriyama family affair. -- Restoration of a Chicago Art Deco tower brings back its "jaw-dropping, Jazz Age drama." -- Hope in sight for Kahn's Trenton Bath House. -- Dunlop offers an eloquent appreciation for Charles Harrison Pawley.

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