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February 20, 2002

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Op-Ed: Why New Urbanism Fails: Behind their quaint, cozy facades, New Urbanist towns still fail to combat the pattern of sprawling, auto-centric suburban development.- PLANetizen

Fate of Gehry work in Howard debated: Demolition sought for 2 early buildings by noted architect- Baltimore Sun

Prince's 'architectural watchdog' backs new village scheme: A former railway goods yard is set to be transformed into a multimillion pound urban village.- The Architects' Journal (UK)

Local architects win world competition: Sydney architects Roderick Simpson and Andrea Wilson have submitted the winning design for a new town for 100,000 in Jamaica...- Infolink (Australia)

Viva Las Venice: The Venetian hotel celebrates the genuine fakeness of Vegas architecture as patrons gamble in Italian style - Stubbins Associates- Boston Globe

Petersen [Automotive Museum] Seeks More Space to Park Collection: It wants to add 65,000 square feet to its 200,000 by early 2004. The board will screen architects today.- Los Angeles Times

Talking frankly with 'Joan of Architecture' - Phyllis Lambert- Chicago Tribune

Bend Me, Shake Me
How technology prepares SF's buildings for the coming great quake
- San Francisco Gate

Northwest Looks to New Terminal to Improve Its Image (free registration-required)- New York Times

Call for Papers for Nexus 2002: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics, June 2002, Obidos, Portugal.- Nexus Network Journal

Baker and Associates to Sponsor Architecture Student Adoption Program: partnered with Howard University (BusinessWire)- Northern Light


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