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Today's News - September 9, 2005

Katrina vs. New Orleans: Planning for a new, improved NOLA. -- The next phase: shelter. -- A look at the historical problems with emergency housing. -- The debate whether a bungalow was Sullivan- or Wright-designed is over - it's gone. -- A conflict resolution specialist for WTC Freedom Center (not all see it as a good thing). -- Washington, DC, to get Foster's "elegant glass canopy" after all. -- He's also on the University of Virginia's shortlist. -- A Toronto condo tower for ROM is both "royal tomb and swank," but is it the right location? -- Celebrating "the most important building Toronto erected in the 20th century." -- How RISD does a dorm (with style, you can be sure). -- Architect of Times Square subway station "needs a farrago of skills." -- New sites named National Historic Landmarks (U.S.). -- 'Tis the season for competitions: Urban Voids in Philadelphia, Community Greens in Glasgow, and trade show exhibit designs anywhere.




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