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Today's News - August 11, 2005

Vancouver's downtown becoming a "fool's paradise...where people are coming to live and play here, but not to work" (a phenomenon not exclusive to Vancouver). -- In Germany, pre-fab concrete from "hideous communist-era buildings" being recycled into "immensely livable single-family homes." -- Prince Charles resumes "his diatribe against postwar architecture." -- Architects clash on the future of historic districts: "...need uniformity, scale, conformity and no design talent whatsoever" vs. "there's a way to mix the new with the old." -- Pearman explains why Foster's McLaren "is tipped as a dark-horse Stirling Prize contender this year." -- Good news for Lower Manhattan: Goldman Sachs decides to build its $2 million HQ there after all. -- Shine vs. Childs: suit gets go-ahead (judgment will be in the details). -- Louisville looks to Koolhaas to make the city "a player on an international stage." -- Big plans (and $700 million) for New York Science Park. -- New life for a Jaffe classic in the dunes. -- Factories find waste not, save a lot. -- Bienal Miami + Beach 2005 issues a call for entries. -- King picks for light summer reading on cities.




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