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Today's News - May 15, 2002

A hospice in Yorkshire, England, by UK-based Allen Tod Architects is our newest featured project. The Marie Curie Cancer Care Centre beautifully integrates architecture and landscaping to create a nurturing, natural, and healing environment for patients, visiting friends and relatives, and staff.

As for news…museums and libraries continue to be hot, and there seems to be no end to the controversy about public involvement with public architecture in Singapore.

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Nurturing Nature: Marie Curie Cancer Care Centre by Allen Tod Architecture- ArchNewsNow

A [Brooklyn] Visual Arts Library That's Out of the Box: Enrique Norten/TEN Arquitectos [images]- New York Times

'Wow' factor distinguishes plans for proposed museum on Catawba - William McDonough + Partners- The Charlotte Observer

Piano unveils plans for High Museum expansion: Architect's piazza will add pizazz - Renzo Piano [images]- Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Duxton flats get muted debate: The lack of heated argument at...public talk on the 48-storey HDB flats suggests satisfaction with the selection process of the design - ARC Studio [image]- The Straits Times (Singapore)

Skyscraper planned for Wacker and Clark - Teng & Associates- Chicago Sun-Times

County plans Mardi Gras park: Project would be at site of old county courthouse in downtown Mobile - Holmes & Holmes Architects; Goodwyn, Mills and Cawood Inc.- Mobile Register

May 23-28: "2002 International High-Level Forum on the Architecture Industry in China" and "International Symposium of Modern Architecture and Its Impact on Urban Development" part of Olympics 2008 conference- China Daily Hong Kong

Hickton Madeley wins design competition for a hilltop school block [images]- The Architects' Journal (UK)

Redesigning Urban Planning Classes for the Real World: Instead of having high school students dream up pie-in-the-sky projects, new zoning courses expose teens to politics, protests, profits.- Los Angeles Times

Plans unveiled for £1 billion science facility in North Yorkshire- The Architects' Journal

'No reason' for Adelphi to make way for court: Architects...disagree with suggestion to extend site of new Court of Appeal, saying site and size are not vital- The Straits Times (Singapore)

Editorial: Public role in aesthetics: the public as well as architectural bodies, should be allowed a say in designs before, and not after, they have been approved for construction.- The Straits Times (Singapore)

2002 Australian Construction Achievement Award goes to Barclay Mowlem- Infolink (Australia)


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