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Today's News - August 28, 2006

Ouroussoff sees clear through Toledo's new Glass Pavilion - and likes what he sees. -- Blum brings us Mayne vs. government geeks: "a saga of form and function, symbolism and science." -- Duany brings new urbanism to Scotland "causing apoplexy to some planners, councillors, residents" (will a charrette appease the apoplexy?). -- Is Miami's Aqua "country-club urbanism" or "proof that New Urbanists are not doctrinaire"? -- Pundits are turning into builders in the U.K. -- Cul-de-sacs becoming an endangered species. -- The rest is mostly history: In Manila, a lesson in how new and old can live in "May-December harmony." -- Is it wrong to build a new Wright? -- Building in the shadow of a Wright is no job for amateurs. -- A seldom-seen Gropius/Breuer gem hopes to open its doors. -- Central Floridians in a hot romance with their mid-century modern treasures. -- The mid-century developer who made a difference (he hired architects!). -- Three takes (mostly positive) on change-of-plans for a Sullivan jewel in Chicago. -- A "freewheeling chat" with RIBA's president-elect: Prasad has big plans.

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