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Today's News - July 29, 2005

Impressive teams (and plans) vie for South Knoxville waterfront. -- Density and diversity are key to downtown redevelopment. -- With good architecture, community colleges can stand apart from strip malls. -- Monster mansions in Seattle converting "fear of the rich into terror for the poor" (and not just in Seattle, to be sure). -- Modified WTC transit hub still soars (with pix to prove it). -- The sound of music enlivens Amsterdam's industrial district. -- A Pennsylvania power plant "rebooted and recharged." -- BMW New Jersey HQ expansion speeds towards green. -- Foster's Budenberg Haus Projekte is "strange but new and wonderful." -- A Nassau resort is showcase for Bahamian talent. -- Futuro houses: "prefabs from another planet." -- Visions for living on Mars. -- Weekend diversions to see and read: gardens after Modernism in Queens, NY, and "The Secret Spirit of Korean Architecture."


 

 

 

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