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Today's News - July 13, 2005

Deadlines loom for competitions in Chicago and Canada. -- NEA and EPA launch Governors' Institute on Community Design to encourage well-designed growth. -- Eminent domain: can it be justified on urban design grounds? -- Another "pillar in the revitalization of Winnipeg's downtown": an energy company's energy-efficient HQ. -- Nanotechnology helping solar get smaller. -- Old carpet as new energy source (with hopes it will catch on). -- Skillful urban design techniques turn a potential monster into a pleasing neighbor in Washington, DC. -- In Philadelphia, a makeover proves that "dynamite isn't always the answer to modernist mistakes." -- Big plans at Liverpool University. -- Wright's legacy: "Everyone agrees his buildings are wonderful. The problem is, they will keep falling apart." -- In Texas, five contemporary garden follies "encourage us to see a familiar landscape in new ways." -- Great views, great loos: what it's like to actually work in an architectural icon (some are better than others).




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