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Today's News - March 4, 2005

Piecemeal design approach is the wrong way to go (and hazardous to our health). -- Competition opens for San Francisco's former freeway site(s). -- Urban renewal or eminent domain pain: NYC signs on for Brooklyn arena, and San Francisco's Bay area struggles with just what does "blight" mean. -- In the U.K., students teach architects a thing or two about what they'd like their schools should look like. -- A beautiful (but all-too-brief?) view of a Miesian masterpiece in Chicago (includes the ever-eloquent Ada Louise Huxtable). -- Manila finally beginning to include its rich heritage in urban renewal projects. -- More skyscrapers on the horizon for Providence, RI (some might actually be good!). -- A small German town with an anonymous patron of restoration. -- If "The Gates" teach is anything, it is that parks should make way for "the occasional beautiful surprise." -- Architecture students are candid about their sanity and no-sleep curriculum. -- Weekend diversions: Saarinen's whale at Yale, and a book looks at Joseph Berlin's legacy in Tel Aviv. -- Odd news from Australia: DaVinci Code used to blackmail construction company.




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