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Today's News - April 21, 2005

The roots of community-based "advocacy planning" - and a call for the press to pay more attention. -- Ontario finally gets its Heritage Act together. -- Robin Hood Foundation's band of architects "an example of pro bono design at its best." -- An American architect goes down under to talk about the cost of poor indoor air. -- A new (and disappointing) hotel proves that "what San Francisco needs is a return to a civic culture where good design is a priority, not an afterthought." -- Artist studio is "a masterpiece of earth and light." -- In Prague, industrial loft living catches on with "hipsters and young professionals roaming the Czech urban landscape." -- A new museum for everything from art to moonshine. -- Ferreting out the trends at the Milan Furniture Fair (it's low; it's ethnic; it's orange). -- French architecture on view in Beijing. -- Architectural Digest and Harvard Design Magazine go on the road. -- A conference explores "Architecture Between Spectacle and Use." A web site that highlights some of the planet's more extreme backyard makeovers. -- DesignShare/School Construction News design competition extends deadlines.




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