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Today's News - October 26, 2004

Outsourcing gaining ground with U.S. A/E firms. -- LEED (green) buildings gaining ground. -- Poor urban planning and bad architecture can be hazardous to your health. -- Big plans for downtown Nashville. -- The good, the bad (and the ugly) taking shape on Chicago's most famous skyline. -- The curse of the (historic) British country house. -- The return of natural light in museum designs everywhere. -- At St. Louis's City Museum visitors slide, climb - and get slimed by a puking pig. -- Big names designing big Miami projects. -- Good news for parkland near Ground Zero. -- A "serenely elegant" mausoleum in a Brooklyn cemetery solves a space problem with "vertical density." -- Urban Land institute honors a successful developer of inner-city mixed-income communities. -- Green experts lined up to speak at Ecobuild America next year. -- An exhibition in Italy where "architecture wags the dog." -- Libeskind book filled with "quivering idealism...mixed in with unappealing patches of bitterness and a sore, defensive tone."


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