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Today's News - May 6, 2005

Architectural superlatives about the Canadian War Museum almost made us swoon. -- Anchorage Museum design goes through some dramatic changes. -- A mid-century modern gem continues struggle for survival. -- Big ideas, big plans (and big bucks) for long-range Palestinian infrastructure. -- Boston Greenway planner throws in the trowel. -- A Cairo suburb that is more than a suburb. -- Straw-bale construction the "canary in the mineshaft" for the industry. -- Competition winners galore: Beirut's Martyrs' Square prize somewhat of a surprise. -- U.S./Canadian team takes UBC University Boulevard prize. -- Green go the AIA COTE awards. -- African Burial Ground design winner (and runners'-up) worth a look. -- So are the winners of the Metropolis Next Generation Design Prize and Berkeley Prize Essay Competition. -- When style is king, it's time for business to start thinking like design. -- Companies reinvent themselves with design. -- SCAD takes on the world.




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