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Today's News - March 16, 2005

Concrete Canvas: an inflatable cement tent as an emergency building. -- Sydney has big plans for redevelopment, but could be heading for big headache. -- Auckland mayor takes on "shonky development and bad architecture." -- Canada finding new life for decommissioned military bases. -- Right note/sour note for Piano in L.A. and NYC. -- New and renewed Murphy Jahn's in suburban Chicago. -- Philly tower by Pelli with grand plans to reinvigorate a neighborhood. -- The last Anglican cathedral almost finished: "It is Gothic. Perpendicular Gothic, to be precise..." -- A Disney-esque theme park on the banks of the Ganges - with Indian mythological characters instead of Mickey Mouse. -- The European Commission lowers the boom on architectural competition and bidding processes. -- An interdisciplinary colloquium convenes to examine how the 60s shaped Montreal. -- Green building awards for housing - and dollhouses. -- We couldn't resist: a California gas station restroom fit for Vegas (ya gotta see it to believe it).




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