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Today's News - September 27, 2006

Legacy of Berlin's master builder: "He saved us from the worst."; "Yes, but he also saved us from the best." -- Heathcote on memorials: "The architecture of death...has in recent years descended into farce." -- New Kansas City Sculpture Park now puts people "up close and personal with the big glass boxes" of Nelson-Atkins Museum. -- Green building growing slowly in Baton Rouge. -- MIT Media Lab merits a Maki. -- Plans move forward for Guggenheim restoration. -- Chicago's Marina City is "undergoing a bit of renovative vandalism." -- Ouroussoff finds much to ponder at Yale's "Team 10" show. - Call for entries: Metropolis magazine's Next Generation Design Competition. -- DesignShare awards honor innovative school design around the world. -- Architects most welcome at the upcoming 9th International Commercial Property Exposition in Munich.

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