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Today's News - April 5, 2005

This month, SMPS takes on how to generate profitable fees. -- Call for entries: religious architecture and art. -- Is too much planning holding Singapore back from being an international city? -- Shortlist for Singapore casino resort gets longer. -- Shortlist named for futuristic "enterprise campus" in U.K. -- Colleges spend big to look cool (but is the bubble about to burst?). -- High hopes for reviving Mount Snowdon. -- Dam plan in Laos is damned. -- Sustainable design in Korea is still a hard sell. -- Safdie as globe-trotter. -- Libeskind revisits Denver museum project. -- Astorino proud of Vatican chapel.




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