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Today's News - March 2, 2005

MIPIM Future Project Awards winners will be celebrated in Cannes next week. -- Anti-sprawl laws losing (or gaining?) momentum in Oregon, Ontario, and elsewhere. -- New York looking forward to new East River esplanade. -- New plans for New Delhi have conservationists fuming. -- Winning design for Alaskan Capitol picked (but no one really liked any of the designs and no one really wants to pay for it). -- Vancouver developers see gold in green design by starchitects. -- Gehry to add some glitz to Las Vegas while the gleaming Disney Hall will get de-shined. -- Toronto's Ryerson University has unusual urban plans. -- Lofts in Oregon are "striking and ecologically sound." -- Wright's Ennis-Brown House in L.A. gets red-tagged (danger of landslide). -- A priest is the architect of whimsical churches in Bolivia (a Bilbao effect for a poor city?).




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