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Today's News - September 17, 2004

High praise for the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (and a look at an embarrassing mish-mash of design credit). -- Holyrood: the final report (at last). -- Master plan for Philadelphia's Navy Yard is a "wow" - why can't the city do the same with the rest of the waterfront? -- General Motors is a key player in Detroit's renaissance. -- Chicago's most endangered historic structures. -- Options for hurricane-damaged historic properties in Florida. -- An artful renovation of Wesleyan University's Roche-designed gallery. -- An Archigram maverick joins HOK corporate fold. -- Libeskind (and his London exhibition) reviewed (are his "architectural powers deserting him?"). -- The Council for European Urbanism opens shop in Germany. -- An Algerian designer "whose name oozes cool" is the "it" boy of the Paris design world. -- Ireland and Greece make their marks in Venice.

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