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Today's News - February 24, 2005

Collaboration in rebuilding tsunami-stricken village in Sri Lanka. -- Someone doesn't love Richard Florida? -- Shiny new homes in Houston not all they're cracked up to be (but they are cracking). -- San Francisco projects making a mockery of historic preservation. -- Part 2 of Kamin's look at McBanks - a few are getting it right (click "Yesterday's News" if you missed Part 1). -- Scotland's new architecture tsar doesn't think town deserves demolition in prime time. -- Scottish architect says small group of elite "design guardians" should make room for everyone to have a say. -- Winnipeg airport will be like "no other in the world." -- In Melbourne, an office block displays "radical rethinking of the workplace environment" (a sustainable "habitat" - what a concept!). -- Trump wants to go higher in Chicago. -- What is the future of GSA's Design Excellence program now that chief architect is gone? -- MoMA's exhibition of reborn urban landscapes inspires. -- Maltzan models on view in Pittsburgh. -- Ponti treasures on the auction block in Milan.

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