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Today's News - March 28, 2005

European architects not playing nice in Dallas. -- Legal pundits chime in on Freedom Tower copyright suit. -- Lawsuit by "radical preservationists" to save 2 Columbus Circle called "loony." -- Demolition of Little Haiti landmark in Miami just one example of our "throw-away society." -- Things are looking up for Washington, DC's "forgotten river." Two California libraries with two very different visions (both work - and don't work). -- Neighbors like amphitheater design for Meigs Field (but will it be worth it?). -- Barcelona does London's gherkin - only better. -- Condos by starchitects starting to rise everywhere. -- World's tallest building hits its mark. -- Thai architects ready to take on the world. -- Black architects prove the doubters wrong. -- "Sixteen Acres" predicts "a collective hangover to follow our collective craving." -- MoMA shows landscape architects as the new heroes of urban existence.




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