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Today's News - February 2, 2005

Parks and public spaces in demand from London to Mumbai. -- Shortlist picked for resort community in North Queensland. -- Will euphemisms change people's attitudes about the malling of Manhattan (and its boroughs)? -- A call for students to have a say in how their schools are designed. -- An African village is just happy to have a school at last (never mind it won the Aga Khan Award). -- Solar homes just might catch on in Roanoke. -- Hadid (referred to only as Pritzker winner) has another big win in London. -- Whitney Museum faces a battle for its Piano-designed expansion. -- Ito steals the show on Tokyo's glittery streets. -- Libeskind adds emotion to Canadian Jewish veterans' memorial. -- Conran has no plans to slow down. -- Insurance premiums for Canadian architects going wayyyyy up. -- Rudolph's Umbrella House goes on the art auction block. -- We couldn't resist: "The Mysteries of Groundhog Day Unveiled" (the groundhog in our backyard saw his shadow this morning).


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