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Today's News - August 25, 2005

Sprawl, smart growth, and new urbanism: mixed-use districts sometimes just a Disney-fied version of sprawl. -- Taming sprawl requires new solutions - and getting involved. -- The "dramatic impact" the Internet could have on the architecture and landscape of communities. -- Canada's new national building code offers high hopes for innovative design (or not). -- America's Top 10 "green" schools (unfortunately, some of their architects must have been left on the editing floor). -- A Long Island waterfront with lessons for NYC (and elsewhere). -- One alternative to ugly security bollards and over-sized planters: a ha-ha (no kidding). -- Chamfers, chamfers everywhere (not just atop Freedom Tower). -- An artful protest to preserve East German parliament building - but some want a palace. -- A Denver project is good business for British architect. -- Promenade Plantée in Paris offers a peek at the future High Line in NYC. -- Ideas competition: hyper density in future urban environments.




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