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Today's News - September 5, 2006

ArcSpace travels to Toledo to bring us a wonderful pictorial of the Glass Pavilion. -- Thursday will surely be a-buzz about new buildings at Ground Zero. -- Terror threat fails to stem high-rise boom; King wonders if security measures on the ground make for less appealing downtowns and offers a tour of San Francisco's "security chic" (are there lessons for Ground Zero?). -- Global Green/Brad Pitt sustainable design competition winners announced (news reports are all about "Branjelina" watching New Orleans rebuild - we skipped those). -- It's raining concert halls across the U.S., but are they as good as they sound? -- Washington, DC's Massachusetts Avenue is turning into "mediocre mile" where building fast trumps building beautiful. -- A Lebanese architect is an outspoken critic of urban development in her region. -- Pearman is enthralled with Foster's Pyramid of Peace in Kazakhstan: "a folly on a grand scale. But it is a place to wonder at." -- A California architect puts forth his urban planning model dubbed "matripolis." -- A regional airport in the U.K. sets a new standard (too bad it's a preserve of the super-rich). -- The Observer's new architecture critic says a brick house in Notting Hill could be "the death knell for swaggering celebrity architecture." -- Indian architects talk about their most unusual designs. -- Las Vegas mayor wants a mob museum (he'd be among its stars, too). -- Ehrlich talks about multicultural modernism. -- Betsky has big plans for Cincinnati Art Museum. -- A new book on Wright discusses the architect's "moist dream space."

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