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Today's News - March 9, 2005

Are there skyscrapers on the horizon for St. Petersburg, Russia, and Liverpool? -- Baltimore and Boston contemplate tearing down and building over highways that cut through their urban cores. -- Utopian plans for 460-acre former Connecticut Hospital for the Insane. -- Big plans to bring Liverpool's Albert Dock back to life. -- For a Pennsylvania hospital expansion, "architecture that creates a sense of familiarity." -- Smithsonian's Indian museum "suffers from too many compromises" (but the restaurant and gift shop are cool). -- Lapidus buildings losing ground in New York. -- Wright houses in the wrong places. -- Awards galore: for smart growth in New Jersey, and creative integration of practice in architectural education.


 

 

 

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