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ArchNewsNow Today
March 5, 2002

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Solicitation: Design Excellence - New U.S. Courthouse, Cedar Rapids, Iowa- General Services Administration

Exhibition: "Time for Change: Recent Developments in Russian Architecture" - Post-Soviet Architecture Makes London Debut [image]- The Moscow Times (Russia)

Interview: karim rashid [images]- DesignBoom

NORMAN FOSTER WINS CONTEST FOR ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT PROJECT: Briton to create Dollars 3bn Hong Kong complex- Financial Times

A Classic Uncovered: Architects Leo Marmol and Ron Radziner Restore a Neglected Neutra Home - Marmol Radziner + Associates- Los Angeles Times

Tadao Ando's Hill On the City: For Ground Zero In Lower Manhattan, A Minimalist Proposal- Washington Post

Mon Dieu! A Capital for All of Europe? (free registration-required)- New York Times

Opinion: The Bloor Street abomination [Royal Ontario Museum] - Daniel Libeskind- Toronto Sun

Council design contest fumbles on plan: ...have not followed the Council of Architecture norms...- The Times of India

Opinion: Albert Speer at Harvard- The Harvard Crimson

Architectural blues: ...main reasons for the crisis were the decline in planning and design orders for infrastructure projects...- Globes Business Arena (Israel

Cubs almost score on second at-bat By Blair Kamin - HOK Sport; John Vinci [images]- Chicago Tribune

 

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