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RFQ for expansion and renoviation of Jacob K Jacobs Convention Center

Today's News - June 24, 2005

Eminent domain: a boon for municipalities and private developers and/or a boondoggle for private owners. -- German building industry in a tizzy; projects long completed not paid for yet. -- Libeskind, the eternal op-ed optimist, pens a reminder that he hopes "will help allay New Yorkers' famous impatience." -- NIST releases its WTC Draft Reports (43 of them totaling about 10,000 pages). -- Time to re-think the roll of starchitects. -- Will Perrault's Mariinsky Theatre be a "cultural leap forward" or an "encroachment" on St. Petersburg's built environment? -- Foster gets the go-ahead to revamp Avery Fisher Hall (maybe). -- Solar power to make things cooler (and costlier?). -- Sudjic's "The Edifice Complex" is "a thrilling and passionately indignant trawl through vanity's most polluted depths." -- BusinessWeek/IDSA Industrial Design Excellence Awards make the cover.




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