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Today's News - Wednesday, June 27, 2007

We lose a master of subtle inventiveness -- and a good friend. We will miss her greatly. -- Farrelly minces no words about why RAIA jury found nothing worthy of the Sulman award for public architecture. -- The citizens of Basel reject Hadid's winning design for casino. -- But her London retrospective offers a "brazen vision of the future." -- Dunlop finds two new Miami buildings achieve "grandeur with modest materials and simple moves." -- A Disneyfied Dickens World needs more dregs, less froth. -- Adjaye on the road from architect to starchitect. -- Kamin offers up three public spaces that offer lessons in "how to exorcise the curse of gigantism from the public realm." -- Yelavich talks about her favorite spaces and why the best interiors are still being designed by architects. -- King thinks "The Suburbanization of New York" is this year's best book on contemporary San Francisco. -- Legos in the hands of architects hit the road in China to raise awareness about architectural preservation in Asia. -- Two thumbs-up for Macaulay retrospective at the National Building Museum. -- Inaugural Architect Africa Film Festival to explore role of architecture in society. -- Calls for entries: AR Awards for Emerging Architecture and International Design Awards.

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