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Today's News - November 11, 2004

Christian de Portzamparc waxes poetic about his new concert hall in Luxembourg. -- Two studies: building material shortages and cost increases and a lack of knowledge of green building standards; Charlotte wins the prize for worst sprawl. -- Is there a real plan for rebuilding Lower Manhattan? -- Denver reinvents itself with a mass transit system. -- Playa Vista had big plans; results are something else. -- Two thumbs-up for Britain's first permanent architecture gallery at the V&A. -- A new "urban metropolis" planned for Las Vegas. -- Perhaps a candidate for over-the-top architecture and "boffo hall of fame." -- Another classic building converted for living in San Francisco - a welcome trend. -- Dublin community building built strong - and with heart. -- MoMA's rooftop garden "an ironic comment on the art of landscape architecture itself." -- Architecture for Humanity wants to set down Canadian roots. -- New American Home: universal design meets Mediterranean style. -- 100 people, ideas, and trends that are worth looking forward to include LEED-meister, Gehry's vodka bottle, and prefab trailer chic.

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