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Today's News - Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Huxtable's eloquent reflection on the Glass House: "You can't reinvent Philip Johnson." -- Is there any hope for Breuer's Cleveland tower? -- Plans to ring the U.K. with a coastline footpath for ramblers. -- It's take-two for Turner Contemporary in Margate (add to the footpath itinerary?). -- A high-five for the best of the New York Five. -- Is a new Nouvel headed for Manhattan skyline? (developer "wants to be sure that it gets Nouvel when it hires Nouvel"). -- San Francisco landmark makeover is a reminder that "buildings aren't timeless works of art." -- A Chicago building remade a la universal design and green to boot. -- Ohr O'Keefe debris put to good use. -- RIBA International Award winners in U.S., Yemen, and Australia. -- QE2 to retire to a Dubai's Palm Jumeirah (where else?). -- Berlin bunkers uncovered (now what to do with them?). -- Mackintosh's final triumph is a must-see. -- A tribute to Eames, his revolutionary chair, and democratic design (not that all can afford it). -- We couldn't stop tooling around "New New York: Fast Forward" exhibition now on the web. -- Steampunk: ya gotta see these wondrous whimsies of "retro-futurism." -- Ancient Rome in 3-D. -- Yet another call to rebuild the Twin Towers (let this be the last, please!).

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