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Today's News - April 1, 2005

Faking Places (we couldn't resist…it is April Fools Day, after all). -- 1% Solution launches to promote pro bono architecture. -- Holcim Awards competition for Sustainable Construction extends deadline. -- Plans for New York stadium: rubble or a renaissance? -- Washington, DC promised an "iconic" stadium. -- Venturi finally working in his hometown (not everyone is pleased). -- Toronto's "in-your-face" architecture; Foster's contribution delayed. -- A development of smaller 1950s-inspired homes in Texas is a hit. -- Museum news: shortlist for Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw; design unveiled for Art Museum of Western Virginia; Moss is out, Grimshaw's in for Queens Museum. -- Architects assess the impact of Thom Mayne. -- Design guidelines for medical architecture in the works in India. -- Making steel making a "green" endeavor. -- Some Philip Johnson icons heading for makeovers. -- April is National Landscape Architecture Month. -- Who owns public art? Chicago still trying to figure it out.




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