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Today's News - February 25, 2005

Housing for gypsies a priority in Europe. -- Bad new for fans of Edward Durell Stone's lollipop building. -- Housing towers in Toronto worth saving. -- NYC wowed the Olympic Committee (but there's that pesky West Side stadium situation). -- Young Mexico City architects wow NYC - and are changing the face of their city. -- More landscape architects needed to heal "urban concrete jungles" in Kenya. -- University in California builds green. -- Can't find a Neutra? Check out the Alexanders. -- Things looking up for Solar Tower in Australia's outback. -- Survey results: architects are the most unhappy workers (hairdressers the happiest). -- Toronto launches a competition for its most pug-ugly architecture (voting starts March 1). -- Koolhaas takes home a Wired Rave Award.

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