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February 21, 2002

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The Whitney Biennial Invites Architecture In - Lebbeus Woods; Lauretta Vinciarelli; Javier Cambre; the Rural Studio architecture program (free registration-required)- New York Times

Five Rooms, Gucci View: the $475 million "lifestyle village"...Santana Row's 17 city blocks will boast 100 specialty shops...1,200 studios, lofts, town houses and villas. (free registration-required)- New York Times

A call to arms against chaotic development: An Interview with James Howard Kunstler- Christian Science Monitor

Rings Around Beijing: China's $23-billion plans for 2008 Games is the Olympic gold for U.S. companies.- Los Angeles Times

Building a better bridge: It's designed to resist quake: At $2.6 billion -- more than a $1 billion a mile -- it's the most expensive public works project in state history.- Sacramento Bee

City, suburbs could gain by sharing growth's benefits By Whitney Gould- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

An Eye for Beauty That Works: Ross Lovegrove's creations can't just sit around and be pretty. They've got to do the job.- Los Angeles Times

Concourse 2 design gets green signal; Second Airport Build and Supply Exhibition June 3 to 5- Gulf News (UAE)

'Wobbly' Millennium Bridge fixed: will reopen on Friday 22 February.- BBC

Razing Objections: School districts across the country are grappling with whether to renovate existing buildings, or demolish them and build anew.- Education Week

Form & Function: Collaboration and Innovation Provide Foundation for Cutting-Edge Architecture - Burt, Hill, Kosar, Rittelmann Associates; Daniel Mann Johnson Mendenhall; William McDonough+Partners- Real Estate Portfolio


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