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Today's News - Monday, May 14, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Hadid in Italy. -- Two conferences have Kamin examining competing urban visions. -- Big plans for Knoxville's riverfront no-man's land. -- Lewis x 2: A temporary green space validates Silver Spring's master plan; and zoning for granny flats is one solution for affordable housing. -- For Rochon, if it takes Hollywood muscle (a.k.a. Brad Pitt) "to sell more advanced, healing design," she's for it. -- A neighborhood near the new Guthrie needs "a dose of urban charm." -- The result of a restoration project in Vancouver is "gorgeous," but "is that really where we should be putting our money?" ask Boddy. -- Four firms invited to envision Betsky's big plans for Cincinnati Art Museum. -- U.K.'s Holburne Museum expansion design "has the denizens of Bath in a lather." -- Saffron doesn't savor new slots casino, though she finds a few "unexpectedly good architectural moments." -- White is the new gray (or "the Calatrava effect") in Milwaukee, but get the details right. -- Birmingham, AL, adding a touch of green to its skyline. -- Hawthorne on the Griffith Park wildfire: architecture and flames and impermanence. -- Campbell practically coos about an "almost miraculous little place." -- Foster redesigns his future with more time for the drawing board. -- Bergdoll rethinks MoMA's architecture department's history in a new retrospective. Celebrating Rural Studio. -- Women take Charles Correa Gold Medal; authorities paying heed?

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