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Today's News - March 1, 2005

This month, SMPS takes on diversity. -- Competitions launched for Oxford City, U.K., and ASLA. -- U.S. cities ranked by amount of urban green space and pedestrian/cycling habits. -- Long Beach, CA, finally moving ahead on long-planned revitalization. -- Arizona State University finally picks its team for Scottsdale research center. -- Egyptian businesses finally seeing the light: "good architectural design is integral to their global competitiveness." -- Eight years after Bilbao, museum design finding a new serenity. -- Be old fashioned like a certain prince. -- Be inventive, like former GSA chief architect. -- Q&A with an often humorous Eric Owen Moss. -- Tihany designs the world. -- Olmsted plans for Connecticut park salvaged from a garbage bin. -- Architect's book wins publishing award.




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