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Today's News - September 22, 2004

Report from first Beijing Architectural Biennial. -- A car-free development in Malta. -- Workshops work on turning places around. -- The 2005 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion promises to be "a wild, thrilling, slightly bonkers idea…" -- What the future might hold for Saarinen's TWA terminal. -- Deadline nears for Rome Prize applications. -- A crusade for shade in Phoenix. -- Scotland's architecture on a roll. -- Shipping pallets as shelter. -- "Guerilla architects" go mainstream. -- Pentagram hears a city's heartbeat. -- Results of the Great Places to Work survey. -- Dream house includes a green roof and zinc-clad silo. -- "The Furniture of Frank Gehry" exhibition worth a standing ovation.

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