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March 8, 2002

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A city still in the making: three crucial blocks of Melbourne are being recreated... - Ian McDougall- The Age (Australia)

Gadgetry Tempered by Practicality: College district OKs design plan that is environmentally friendly, if not so high-tech.- Los Angeles Times

Obituary: Birkin Haward, 89, Architect devoted to promoting the modern movement in Britain- The Guardian (UK)

Royal Ontario Museum's design process engages public: the Art Gallery of Ontario's habit of secrecy has left it in a void - Daniel Libeskind; Frank Gehry- The Toronto Star

Connecticut: Transforming Public Housing - Herbert S. Newman & Partners; Russell-Scott, Steedle & Capone Architects (free registration-required)- New York Times

Recognising Australian women architects- Infolink (Australia)

Wurman's Last Waltz at TED12 [Technology. Entertainment. Design.]- Business 2.0

Love it or hate it-building is here to stay: an environmental masterpiece or an overbearing monstrosity. - Shozo Uchii- The Asahi Shimbun (Japan)

Bonfire memorial design is chosen: Winning entry will honor 12 Aggies who died in 1999 collapse - Overland Partners [image]- The Austin American-Statesman

Architect contests unpaid MTI bills - Hartman Architecture- The Daily Republic (South Dakota)

Public-private partners pledge $27.2 million for new School of Architecture- Canada NewsWire


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