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Today's News - February 1, 2005

More tributes to the "godfather" of American architecture. -- The rest of the news seems to have a decidedly British/Scottish accent: A timely festival examining the future of London while Lord Rogers wonders if Thames Gateway will be built by architects or vandals. -- Prince Charles imports an urban advisor from the U.S. -- Nordic countries (and Uruguay) at the top of the heap in an environmental sustainability survey. -- Scottish architects launch a sustainable building program. -- Transformations: In Shanghai, a village for creative types born from an industrial site. -- New life for London's "grubby museum mile." -- Dublin barracks to become an "urban village." -- Big plans for historic theater in New York's Harlem. -- Foster a favorite for Scottish "FBI," but not all are pleased. -- A Brit takes home the $100,000 Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture awarded by University of Notre Dame's School of Architecture.

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