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Today's News - February 10, 2005

A look at New Urbanist principles that seem not to work in practice. -- Perhaps plans for a U.K. town's extreme makeover should pay heed? -- A Canadian "poster child for planned communities" wants to keep things simple. -- A book "traces the fates of societies to their treatment of the environment." -- Thailand government and U.S. universities get serious about renewable energy and eco-friendly planning. -- U.K. universities look to architectural "wow" factors to woo students. -- The allure of San Francisco's subtle architecture. -- The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America sheds its stodgy image. -- Viñoly takes on London. -- A French architect's wet-cement dream. -- A restaurant/cultural complex reflects "architectural heritage, a very rare feat in Lebanon." -- An architecture firm has designs on being "a lean, mean, direct-marketing machine." -- Call for entries for ergonomic prize. -- Archigram is wowing them in Japan. -- Shutterbugs beware if strolling through Chicago's Millennium Park.

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