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Today's News - March 23, 2005

An in-depth report on Tange (more in-depth than yesterday's wire reports). -- A British take on the Pritzker's Yank. -- Georgetown's waterfront plans for living and strolling: "lighten up a bit about this historical thing" and why not a kiosk for coffee? -- Waterfront zoning lessons from New York: what not to do. -- Big and artful plans in Seattle. -- Thumbs-up for Manhattan's newest tower (at least its public spaces). -- First transitional housing for deaf and deaf-blind victims of domestic violence. -- Life after the GSA: Q&A with Ed Feiner. - New Technologies and Environmental Planning to be explored at international landscape architecture conference. -- Design a luxury water bottle and win big in Monaco.




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