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Today's News - March 15, 2005

A Berlin exhibition shows off home-grown talent exporting their architectural finesse around the world. -- China begins to take green building seriously. -- New Holocaust museum in Jerusalem "adopts a cool, symbolic architecture." -- Cleveland's on-again-off-again museum plans are on again. -- A "simple, understated terminal for Boston airport. -- University of Toronto an $840 million showcase of architectural style; city's main crossroad will no longer be an "architectural smudge." -- New video claims suburbs are doomed. -- Ground Zero arts plans still up in the air (Gehry budget soars). -- Swarthmore College turns to architecture to help set it apart from the pack. -- Movement to turn Mumbai mills into heritage sites. -- Detroit's mini-boom in Modernism. -- Azure magazine celebrates 20th anniversary. -- Christo sets his sight on Colorado project (again).


 

 

 

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