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Today's News - September 7, 2005

This month, SMPS explains the value of marketing from the inside out. -- Assessing Katrina continues: an over-dependence on cars and a lack of planning. -- Rebuild - including the marshlands. -- New Orleans and Ground Zero: "Neither can afford to be treated as a blank slate or a relic." -- First building at Ground Zero breaks ground next Monday (but did the homing pigeons find their way home?). -- New rules to make it harder to demolish old buildings in Auckland (well, most of them anyway). -- University of Virginia School of Architecture faculty protests new "mediocre" buildings that are really Thomas Jefferson copycats. -- A trio of Toronto towers proves that "tall buildings can be exciting, even exhilarating and, dare we say it, beautiful." -- Sustainable development: not such an oxymoron anymore. -- A master plan for a faded Connecticut waterfront. -- Stirling Prize as gang war; the gangs: High-Tech Knights; Neomods; Gang of Four; The Misfits; The Radtrads; The Madtrads (need we say more). -- Scottish architects not happy they don't even get to compete against Londoners. -- A homeless shelter in Sydney gets a bold transformation. -- A new, blue-sky HQ for Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne's Docklands. -- Call for entries for Québec's International Garden Festival. -- Pearman pulls one from the vaults: Whitney Museum's "dead duck design" circa 1980. -- A headline we couldn't resist: "Deal built early for unseen Gehry doc: Pic to world preem at Toronto Fest."




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