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Today's News - June 28, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to Meier's museum in Rome. -- New Urbanists called on the carpet: are their ideas about sprawl and smart growth valid or "utopian nonsense"? -- On the other hand, "New Urbanism is a hot term in the world of Christian community development." -- A call to "make the public domain as exciting and alive as the private one" around San Diego's Petco Park. -- Two experts debate the Supreme Court's recent ruling on eminent domain. -- A look at how architecture commemorates tragedy in New York and Berlin. -- Modernist gems by Stone, A. Quincy Jones and Paul R. Williams, and Pelli soon to be lost? -- In Washington, DC, rejecting the contemporary "doesn't mean creativity is dead." -- San Francisco's Bay Bridge solution is a "monument to squabbling." -- Plans for NYC's East River esplanade are "unsentimentally humane." -- A young Chennai firm takes a "zero-tolerance approach towards slick-talking Vaastu consultants and superstitious clients." -- Dallas condo tower will not be a beige block. -- A "glass circus to rival Sydney Opera House" among the proposals for Melbourne suburb. -- Architecture Biennale Rotterdam was a hit.




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