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Today's News - March 13, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Ito's winning design for Taiwan. -- We lose a rising star much too young. -- Rybczynski gives us an eyeful of modern architecture in Spain. -- On home turf, the Spanish avant-garde runs into stone walls of tradition. -- The Queen of England may have opened the Sydney Opera House's new colonnade to great fanfare, while Farrelly tries hard "not to use the word carbuncle." -- The new suburb: runways transformed into driveways. -- An architect fins a new vision for American suburbs in Tijuana's shantytowns. -- Kamin waxes poetic about Chicago's "most sensuous skyscraper" (no, not Calatrava's). -- Campbell bemoans plans for a Boston skyscraper. -- Big plans in Denver: a "landscraper" 55 stories long. -- Goldberger rhapsodizes about Herzog & de Meuron's "mysterious skins" in Munich, San Francisco, and Beijing. -- New, civic life for a distillery in Helsinki that offers a lesson for London "in need of a shot of pure Helsinki spirit." -- Ten tips if you want to work in Asia. -- Two takes on Modernism (or "Modernwasm?") as V&A about to open a blockbuster of a show. -- P.S. 1's summer courtyard promises to be "Beatfuse!" -- Rashid wow's them in Malaysia. -- Canadians rate their cities.

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