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Today's News - September 12, 2005

ArcSpace brings us Gehry in Spain and a book about inventive architecture. -- New Orleans architects set up in Baton Rouge and look to the future. -- Are there lessons from Ground Zero for New Orleans? -- Tears and lost treasures. -- Rebuilding efforts at Ground Zero have "turned into a hallucinogenic nightmare." -- An odd review of the 9/11 Flight '93 memorial. -- Tokyo pod tower facing demolition? -- Gehry on the British seaside: "billowing seaside apartment towers and multi-coloured pleasure dome." -- Penn State opts for Polshek. -- An Oz for the arts in Arizona. -- The Met brings us a show about a living, breathing architect, "something all too rare." -- Wright done right. -- Ribbon cuttings and fall previews. -- Art Institute of Chicago's new curator wants to be hands-on. -- Open House London: a must-see list by some of Britain's top architects, and the future world of Eileen Gray.




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