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Today's News - February 28, 2005

ArcSpace shows us a London museum and a Denver museum-in-progress. -- Some thumbs-up, some thumbs-down for LEED. -- Whatever happened to good planning (and good politics) in Philadelphia and Miami? -- Building low bodes well for Brighton. -- High design on the rise for everything from garbage incinerators to bus shelters. -- Preservation and bold design are (sometimes) a good fit in Australia. -- Katmandu's concrete jungle made more beautiful brick by brick. -- Two American takes on Berlin: the bold architecture of foreign embassies - and the mall-ification of the city. -- Foster has designs on a Shakespearean theater for New York's Governors Island. -- Chicago still waiting to see if Trump's spire will be a beauty or a folly. -- Another big plan takes center stage on Hollywood Boulevard. -- Bruce Mau takes on the world (it helps to have a few starchitects as friends).




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