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Today's News - February 20, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Gehry's Alzheimer's Institute in Las Vegas, and Saucier + Perrotte hit high notes in Montreal. -- The dilemma of building workforce housing in the U.S. (it's not all the developers' fault). -- In L.A., nothing could save the Ambassador Hotel from the wrecking ball. -- A restored Sullivan in Chicago raises the city's visual I.Q. -- Will that bode well for Adler & Sullivan's Pilgrim Baptist Church? -- Barbs and charges continue to fly over Kimmel Center flap. -- Are towers getting too tall in Minneapolis? -- University of Cincinnati's commitment to contemporary architecture helps bring a "limping" Ohio into the 21st century. -- This week, Palm Springs celebrates its Modern masters (great slide show!). -- Vuitton's new Paris flagship defies French expectations of luxury. -- An architect shaping landmarks in Thailand. -- Jiricna set to bring sparkle to Prague. -- Q&A with Getty Villa project manager. -- A photographer makes the real world look like a model.




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