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Today's News - May 5, 2005

This month, SMPS looks at client loyalty: what you don't know can hurt you. -- Having to re-think Ground Zero plans may be a "blessing in disguise." -- Designing for security: "There's no answer yet, and it's not likely that architects will provide one." -- Ban's paper buildings address many needs. -- Huxtable gives two thumbs up for two MoMA shows highlighting landscape architecture: "...some of the best young talents are staking their claims and reputations on the ground." -- In South Africa, Nelson Mandela "Statue of Freedom" competition shortlist offers an eyeful. -- In NYC, design selected for the African Burial Ground memorial has community activists up in arms. -- The Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, holds many surprises. -- Globetrotting Libeskind lands in San Francisco to wow the crowds with his Contemporary Jewish Museum design. -- Historic homes in jeopardy (or already under the bulldozer). -- Winners all: CNU 2005 Charter Award Winners, and ULI's Awards for Excellence: The Americas and Asia Pacific. -- Syracuse, NY, zoo considers "prodigious piles produced by its pachyderms" as energy source (and major money-saver).




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