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Today's News - March 10, 2005

A conference next week explores preservation and regeneration in Taipei. -- From scrap yard to "Eco-tower" in Granton - wind turbines included. -- An Atlanta mixed-use community on the cusp of a smart growth trend: built by a corporation. -- Princeton's New Urbanist alums see comeback to social responsibility in School of Architecture. -- Research park so very green. -- Middle-aged buildings in Toronto may have their days numbered. -- Restoration/adaptive reuse in San Francisco is "a reminder that good buildings, like good cities, are resilient enough to adapt to changing times." -- Holl heads to Kansas City to explain his controversial museum design. -- Adobe workshop informs (and entertains). -- An architecture award for clients. -- Weekend diversions: architectural wonders on view in London and Dublin; New Yorkers can head to MoMA and Pier 54.




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