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Today's News - April 12, 2005

Koolhaas wins big with UIA Mies award. -- Three decades dedicated to common sense approach to public spaces. -- Re-thinking and designing waste landscapes as "integral, essential parts of life." -- A Portland architect designs a haven for Maasai women. -- Boston really taking its waterfront seriously. -- A London bus station is an "architectural trumpet blast" that might launch a revolution. -- The buzz about the Walker Art Center continues to build (we'll be hearing lots more). -- Silverstein building the buzz around Ground Zero. -- Beauty beats profit in preserving a Long Island treasure. -- A conference looks at architecture in ecological terms. -- Lots to be learned at Urban Design Ireland new web site. -- Have a blast in Las Vegas at the Nevada Test Site Museum. -- Two very different books actually have a lot in common. -- You can see these "Invisible Hotels" designed by 10 Greek avant-garde architects.




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