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Today's News - February 22, 2005

New urbanism appeals to architects more than home buyers (Seaside is now a town of vacationers). -- Milan gets its groove back. -- U.K. town that won awards in the 1970s wants to be demolished - on TV. -- A third bidder enters the fray for Manhattan West Side site (strings attached). -- Cleveland sports complex proves the city did - and should - think big. -- Good buildings for the homeless can be good for us all. -- City garages can be works of art. -- Engineering and science pushing the limits to save Venice. -- A "quirky" school in Seattle is "highly disciplined in its joyous liberation, and deeply respectful of the young minds to whom it's dedicated." -- A new bank HQ in Melbourne may be daring for a bank, but not revolutionary. -- No qualms about finishing China National Theatre. -- There's nothing comical about the "stunning" Teletubby house in Wales. -- International competition for landscape architecture students opens. -- Play about a boozy Corbu, Moses, and Jacobs debated by urban experts.


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