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March 7, 2002

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Op-Ed: The Pathology Of Density: Richard Carson explores what it is about human nature that makes us loathe density.- PLANetizen

Dublin firm breaks out with designs on Milan: Grafton Architects have scored a significant triumph by winning a design competition for a major university building in Milan- The Irish Times

For Austria: A Tribute and Protest: Austrian Cultural Forum - Raimund Abraham (free registration-required)- New York Times

Foreign Office Architects wins Biennale competition- The Architects' Journal (UK)

The People of Dresden Versus Star Architect's Urban Dreamscape - Daniel Libeskind [image]- Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (Germany)

Opinion: Godzilla looms over ROM [Royal Ontario Museum] - Daniel Libeskind- Globe and Mail (Canada)

Enlightening extension to put shine on Gallery of NSW - Johnson Pilton Walker [images]- Sydney Morning Herald

Superstar architect in AGO [Art Gallery of Ontario] talks - Frank Gehry- Globe and Mail (Canada)

Deadline: Entries for the Zweig Letter Hot Firm 2002 List Due May 1, 2002- The Zweig Letter

$150 million business center: Developer plans 227-acre mixed-use business park in Redlands, California - Urban Environs; Bastien and Associates- Inman Real Estate News

Building Standards: Mismanagement Muddled Collapse Inquiry, House Panel Says (free registration-required)- New York Times


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