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Today's News - February 15, 2005

Learning environments can vie for a prize. -- Saving an historic facade isn't really preservation, is it? -- Venturi gets hometown downtown project. -- Yale goes for green LEED platinum. -- Q&A with Toronto's mayor: what does the city have in mind to lift the city from "a morass of mediocrity and to produce excellence in architecture." -- Q&A with Chattanooga's urban planner. -- Consider the bale house. - Zeidler honored for lifetime achievement. -- Cardinal honored with theater in his name. -- Philip Johnson remembered - with and without admiration. -- Hurricane-damaged roofs protected by vinyl billboards (gratis). -- Maltzan on view in Pittsburgh. -- Metal-eating plants could be new solution to contaminated soil.

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