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Today's News - April 22, 2005

Today is Earth Day! -- Paolo Soleri takes his vision of a "lean linear city" to China. -- A beachfront development on Mexico's Baja intends to be green - and includes affordable housing (link to project worth the click). -- An Oregon architect champions "net-zero" homes and developments. -- The first architecture firm joins Chicago Climate Exchange. -- In Melbourne, government's cold shoulder has architects up in arms. -- In Louisiana (and elsewhere) an opportunity for really smart smart growth. -- Are Miami's preservation laws being bent (and urban archeology ignored) to keep developers happy? -- Construction budget lowering the high hopes for high design in Kansas City stadium plans. -- Utzon design for Sydney Opera House "veranda" not all it could/should be (is it his genius or Sydney's guilt that gives him carte blanche?). -- Charlotte hires an icon to design an icon to speed (if it wins the bid for NASCAR Museum). -- "Modern architecture is not an aesthetic but a pathology" (add a new word to your lexicon: "egotecture"). -- Sea Ranch celebrates its 40th anniversary and Lawrence Halprin.


 

 

 

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