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Today's News - March 11, 2005

Call for entries: sustainable building competition and top hot firms. -- Looking at China, it's time to rethink Western economic model. -- A Boston firm gives Shanghai a taste of its own heritage. -- Big plans for Dallas arts district and riverfront (though not all are pleased). -- A Brighton, UK library "heals the urban fabric." -- Beauty and blue trees: Architectural League of New York 2005 Emerging Voices. -- Riding a mouse's coattails in Anaheim. -- A second city center planned for Amsterdam. -- Ellerbe Becket wins big sports project in Sacramento, but loses sports architects in Kansas City. -- Washington, DC doesn't want more of the same-old-same-old in new stadium. -- Qatar plans 2 million-square-foot "medical city." -- Furniture manufacturers now have green guidelines. -- Preservationists take issue with one of their own who sells off Arts & Crafts collection. -- Rainbow Room roof top opens to visitors.




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