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Today's News - April 18, 2005

ArcSpace revisits Manchester's Imperial War Museum. -- Wanted: Chief Architect for U.S. -- Denver reinvents itself; mass transit a big reason. -- Perhaps a lesson there for NYC as plans re-examined to make 42nd Street a light rail/pedestrian mall. -- Canadian Museum for Human Rights selects an iconic, symbolic design by Predock. -- Was Connecticut design competition unfair by design? -- Two missed opportunities: a new civic center in Oregon not really civic or a center and "will burden the city for decades"; and another take on Chicago's McDonald's on steroids. -- Toronto's Royal Ontario Museum will allow visitors to think for themselves. -- A new center devoted to Wordsworth is "a quietly heroic design." -- Australian baby boomers don't want McMansions - unless they're designed by high-profile architects. -- A critic accustomed to giving heart attacks to "arrogant architects, pompous planners and pandering politicians" has a new perspective. -- AIA San Francisco announces design award winners; two top winners, though very different, show what architecture can be; and revisiting ANN feature on one. -- NYC celebrates 40th anniversary of landmark law (and a look at some endangered sites). -- Metropolis magazine's annual education survey wants your take on the role of research.




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