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Today's News - Thursday, June 28, 2007

Sydney Opera House wins its spot as World Heritage site. -- Second time is a charm for Chipperfield's Museum Island design in Berlin. -- A new luxury condo tower for Manhattan by "arty architects from the fringe." -- Not everyone is pleased with Piano/SOM plans for Columbia University and Gehry's Hove scheme. -- Delight is in the details for Seattle community centers. -- Oppenheim muses about Miami's skyline. -- Eliasson is effusive about Serpentine Gallery pavilion. -- A prince comes to the rescue of Scotland's Dumfries House. -- Update of a mid-century modern home maintains its essential strangeness. -- An ode to Eames. -- RIAI Awards honor projects that fit their surroundings. -- Hume has high praise for "Escape From Suburbia." -- Glancey on sustainable architecture. -- "Liquid Sky" at P.S.1 is a "valiant effort and a lot of fun." -- Tiny architecture by huge egos at U.K. Royal Academy Summer Show.

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