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Today's News - October 13, 2004

Gehry wins a piece of Ground Zero (and tears in his eyes), and Sn°hetta wins another (we beg to differ with "little-known Norwegian firm" - unless you're an architect living under a rock). -- Former fashion designers create a British housing development as a "suburbia with aspirations." -- Designing for a good cause: the Robin Hood L!brary Initiative. -- Indianapolis museum picks design team for 100-acre park. -- It's a Frank Lloyd Wright kind of day: Tonight's presidential debate in an FLW-designed auditorium originally destined for Iraq; local talent discusses his legacy as FLW conference in Madison, Wisconsin, starts today; and demolition of the Larkin Building in 1949 sparked an era of demolition in Buffalo (but times are changing). -- Palm Beach loses a treasure because the "professionals" weren't doing their job. -- Prefab house goes on the block - on eBay. -- Heery expands its horizons. -- Fast Company seeks 2005 Fast 50 movers and shakers. -- Another take on San Francisco's "Glamour" show. -- Some artful (and bizarre) takes on the unglamorous voting booth on view at Parsons, NYC.


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