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Today's News - December 16, 2004

Perspectives on the green building industry's past, present and future. -- A university's green guidelines a model for others. -- Berlin's strict design guidelines are good -- to a point. -- "Urbocentrism": several defining (and conflicting) views. -- Cautious plans to make Les Halles the heart of Paris once again. -- A "reluctant city" in Colorado becomes a model of smart growth and urban design. -- An international shortlist announced for Alaska's new capitol building. -- It's a chess game in trading inches at Ground Zero. -- A luxury residential World Trade Centre rises in Dubai. -- An abandoned shopping mall in Ft. Worth becomes a test-track for RadioShack HQ offices. -- Prefab homes in the news again (Dallas can cover its ears). -- Architects speak the language of Toronto. -- Conran on design then, now, and in the future. -- Manchester, U.K., gets an astonishing starburst. -- Preservationists not happy about upcoming Greene & Greene auction.

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