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Today's News - September 1, 2005

New Orleans: Ivy offers an eloquent elegy; a sad day for architecture, too; Architecture for Humanity appeals for donations (and too many e-mails to our friends and colleagues in the Katrina-ravaged region have bounced back). -- An ex-builder is living proof green design and good business don't have to be opposites. -- A British master plan for a Manhattan-sized eco-city in China. -- Grimshaw on board for Iowa rain forest (maybe). -- High-tech attention for Guggenheim restoration. -- Careful restoration for Jubilee Auditoriums in Calgary and Edmonton. -- Demolition in the future for two early Gehry's? -- New "convivial mood" for new college dorms. -- Architecture of the 21st century inspired by sci-fi classics of the past. -- Weekend diversions: A new book asks if architects who design art galleries are just "guys in suits that can't paint." -- Master architectural photographer Rand ready for his close-up. -- NYC's Skyscraper Museum offers experts' picks of their Top 10 favorite NYC skyscrapers (guess which ones Trump picked!).




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