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Today's News - September 28, 2004

Study results: sprawl can be detrimental to your health; good hospital design can be good for your health; and an eco-audit of sports venues to make future stadiums more environmentally friendly. -- No matter the politics, Cardinal's museum in Washington, DC, is "a powerful accomplishment." -- Wal-Mart sidles up to ancient Mexican ruins. -- Toronto has much to learn from Berlin. -- Norway plans a "super museum" (watch for design competition later this year). -- A Melbourne grand dame rises from the ashes. -- The Bank of Scotland's historic HQ being restored to former glory. -- Kansas City stadium brawl: whoever wins the job "will by 2030 have been dismissed as witless hacks who couldn't envision the future." -- Godsell envisions a bus shelter as homeless shelter. -- "Taliesin West: Building in Harmony With Nature" conference in October. -- "Curious tale of designers and architects 'sleeping together'": two U.K. firms form "more than a strategic alliance but much less than a merger." -- Chairman of London's design museum not happy with its direction. -- An amusing index of Libeskind's new book. -- A new book, "The Urban Cliff Revolution," claims ancient cliffs and rock shelters had a hand in shaping modern cities. -- MacArthur genius grants include New York glass artist with a hand in shaping WTC skyscraper.

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