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Today's News - March 3, 2005

Unchecked building blitz in China needs to be reigned in. -- Toronto's "proud commitment to its own banality" deserves the Pugly Awards. -- Meanwhile, an exhibition aims to honor mid-century Toronto architecture. -- NYC planning department aims high by hiring "high-profile, trend-savvy architects." -- A few weeks ago, it was lessons San Francisco's de Young museum could learn from MoMA; today it's the Art Gallery of Ontario's turn for a lecture. -- WTC memorial hits a bump (or is it hump?). -- NYC affordable housing to be energy-efficient (what a concept!). -- Penthouses are no longer the most desired location in "condo craze." -- "Social architecture" gathering steam. -- Orlando getting a new VA hospital. -- Top 10 Asian firms honored. -- Shulman "still finding the soul of the homes." -- Battle over Breuer classic ends in the trash heap: "Exclusivity was probably the last thing on his mind."




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