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Today's News - February 16, 2005

New Urbanists pen a rebuttal to Reason's recent rant about new urbanism. -- Koreans overlook local talent (name Gaudi #1 favorite architect). -- Editorial invokes Nobel's "16 Acres" in struggle over Berkeley project. -- WTC memorial becoming a "necropolis to grief." -- Boston developers allowed to pay their way out of including affordable housing. -- Danish firm takes on Albanian urban makeover. -- A "progressive" design for London Olympic Aquatic Centre. -- Big plans for St Edmundsbury, UK, called "repetitive and bland." -- Plans for Arizona bus maintenance facility are green. -- Exhibits for Lincoln Library perhaps a bit too Disney-fied? -- Why Olmsted would have vetoed "The Gates." -- Olmsted profiled as a business model. -- Origami mathematics may shape the future. -- An Irish architect's preoccupation with light. -- A designer changing the definition of furniture.

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