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Today's News - April 4, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to Manhattan and Copenhagen. -- In the tsunami aftermath there are lessons for architects. -- Falling out of love with the past in London and New York. -- Shock and awe: clash of old and new architecture on University of California campus. -- Turmoil in Taliesin: a thorough review. -- Budapest's "brilliant new concert hall" holds lessons in how to get things done - right. -- Another take on Holl's Nelson-Atkins Museum. -- Mayne makes judicial friend for new courthouse project in Oregon. -- An Anchorage architect raises the bar for urban design. -- Inner-city London gets a building it really needs (flash, crackle, pop not included - not required). -- NYT magazine devoted to design (plan to spend some time). -- Prefab future is here to stay. -- Landscape architecture and art the focus of Carnegie Mellon symposium. -- Malaysia on its way to producing home-grown design stars.




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