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Today's News - January 28, 2003

Muschamp makes his pick of WTC plans. -- Optimism and investment for Lower Manhattan. -- New Urbanists and Carlson continue to trade arguments. -- The "intellectual father of New Urbanism" designs architecture school. -- Shortlist for Montreal's new cultural complex. -- The Disneyfication of Australian coastlines. -- Bidding war for air base. -- Investing in a San Francisco treasure. -- Construction forecast. -- A museum show for rising stars. -- A cathedral adds to downtown vitality.

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A Goal for Ground Zero: Finding an Urban Poetry: Public officials will be criticized no matter what they decide. By Herbert MuschAmp- New York Times

WTC Site Plan Decision Seen as Boon: selection will have a larger impact on the economy.- NY Newsday

Op-Ed: The Golden Mean: New Urbanist criticized Richard Carson...he responds and proposes a radical alternative- PLANetizen

University of Miami's School of Architecture will cement place on the map of international architecture. - Leon Krier; Merrill and Pastor Architects; Ferguson Glasgow Schuster Soto [image]- Miami Herald

New cultural and office complex planned for Montréal: Jury selects five architectural proposals- La Société immobilière du Québec

Ditch the kitsch to stay happy campers: campgrounds may be the only authentic notes left in increasingly Disneyfied coastal towns, writes Elizabeth Farrelly- Sydney Morning Herald

A Bid War Will Fund Park, Irvine Says: City plans to auction the 4,700-acre El Toro Marine Corps Air Station site to developers- Los Angeles Times

A chance to mint a bit of history: S.F. must invest in the Old Mint By John King [images]- San Francisco Chronicle

BD&C's 2003 Construction Forecast: 2003 looking up - a little- Building Design and Construction

University Art Museum presents Marmol Radziner and Associates first show: "Under Construction"- Daily Forty-Niner (California)

A Showcase for Asian Culture - P. H. Tuan- New York Times

L.A. Centric: Our Lady ... our lunch spot: cathedral and its plaza...have the more vital, if sometimes irritating, contrasts of city life.- Los Angeles Times


- Coop Himmelb(l)au + Partner: Musée des Confluences, Lyon, France
- NOX: D-Tower, Doetinchem, The Netherlands
- A visit to: R. M. Schindler's Buck House, Los Angeles, California
- Álvaro Siza: University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain


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