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Today's News - June 3, 2005

Mayors hope to make their cities greener. -- Building Energy Ratings to be the law of the land in Ireland. -- This year's list of America's most endangered places. -- Charlotte, NC, is finding out "what great architecture can do" (if politics stay out of it). -- Delhi the Design Disaster. -- Foster's contemporary glass canopy won't fly over Washington, DC's Old Patent Office Building. -- Traditional vs. contemporary: will it come to blows at the Bricks and Mortar debate during London's Grand Designs Live next week? -- Kunstler offers his latest dark vision of the future. -- Libeskind offers his vision of light. -- Awards abound at the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland. -- A fashion house fashions a new way of working. -- A competition to design an urban recycling receptacle. -- Throw architectural darts at a new exhibition in Moscow. -- Jane Jacobs: "Faster than a traffic-calmed road! Stronger than the developer's lobby!" -- One we couldn't resist: SPA's forum of 17th century architects discussing contemporary architecture.




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