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Today's News - April 20, 2005

Death and life of Manhattan dreams: Huxtable eloquently bemoans Ground Zero developments (or lack thereof): "We have lost what we hoped to gain - a creative rebirth downtown." -- But high hopes for the High Line go every higher. -- Some cheer, some scoff at Portland's big plans to be a world-class city. -- Singapore seeks architecture with the "X-factor." -- Finally a green guide for healthcare design. -- Are "smart buildings" becoming overly smart? -- "Zaha gets her za-za-zoom": BMW project the "first big building that really struts her stuff." -- A profile of Melbourne's "curator of architecture." -- IALD lighting design award winners shine. -- California has a new State Architect. -- Libeskind's 2001 Serpentine Gallery takes center stage in Cork.




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