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Today's News - September 25, 2006

ArcSpace (with great pix!) and the Guardian take us to Gehry's latest in Spain. -- Accessing SOM, the "King Kong of American architecture firms" and why it's such a tempting target. -- Ouroussoff finds disappointment in Rome (though some Ara Pacis details delight). -- A major makeover for Asia's largest slum: pseudo-New York Deco? -- Hail Cesar in Miami and Orange County. -- The Carnegie Hall of Paris restored. -- Nashville's new symphony hall "has deliberately turned its back on the last half-century of American architectural design." -- For Kamin, Olympic plans in Chicago require open minds for open spaces. -- Two years after Athens Olympics, some venues may face the wrecking ball. -- Plans for a new Seattle community are green and affordable. -- A new (and free) publication offers smart growth solutions. -- Saffron finds surprisingly worthy designs in two Philadelphia casino proposals. -- Denver museum offers a "twice-in-a-lifetime opportunity." -- Detroit celebrates 50 years of a Miesian urban oasis. -- Hawksmoor's Bloomsbury church comes out of the shadows. -- "Overlook" looks at everything from the quirky to the quotidian. -- Engineers get poetic at Georgia Tech.

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