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Today's News - March 24, 2005

Call for entries for smart growth awards. -- Affordable housing going green. -- Green rating system challenges LEED. -- Preservation wars take on mid-century modernism in NYC. -- A U.K. proposal to digitize listed buildings then tear them down to make room for the new (with some big-name support). -- Big names lined up for big casino plans in Singapore. -- A thoughtful profile of Tange by Glancey. -- Another Mayne profile finds his roots in the '60s. -- San Francisco interiors enchant. -- "Carchitecture" for Nissan's Michigan design studio. -- Holyrood documentary makes Edinburgh look great, but leaves a lot of questions unanswered. -- Troubles continue for Taliesin West. -- An Art Deco city in New Zealand is a must-see (great pix!). -- The '60s (sans lava lamps) on view at Finnish Embassy. -- Second tome to new faces in architecture.




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