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Today's News - August 4, 2005

U.S. Green Building Council wins prize for construction innovation. -- Meanwhile, the New York Times HQ decides seeking USGBC LEED certification "is not worth the cost or the fuss." -- San Francisco's future as foreseen 46 years ago riles readers today. -- Ripping roofs off of malls: "lifestyle centers" gaining favor in suburbia. -- Lots of poetic prose for planned glass skyscraper in Leeds (but no mention of who designed it). -- A new classic in the works for Manhattan's classical Central Park West. -- Rome finds a site and architects for Holocaust Museum. -- New efforts raise hopes for Wright's Ennis House. -- Hooked on Case Study Houses. -- A look at the "roles architects should play in public policy-making." -- Q&A with an architect-turned-planning commissioner. -- An interview with Nathaniel Kahn. -- Seidler is an Australian - again (it only took 19 years).


 

 

 

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