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Today's News - September 13, 2005

Ode to lost Bunshaft house.-- Katrina brings on a building blitz of new communities (the good news); "We are a lot of right-brained guys, nothing too artistic" (the bad news). -- Libeskind's 9/11 memorial in Italy. -- Q&A with Flight 93 memorial architect. -- Traditional Native American architecture fits with the modern. -- Chipperfield gets another U.S. museum. -- Tschumi sees blue in Manhattan. -- Montreal metro stations worth a look. -- Towering plans for Miami's Fontainebleau. -- Bahrain trade center to be powered by wind. -- An old Manhattan hotel tastefully transformed for the homeless. -- An Arkansas museum offers landscape challenges. -- Glaciers inspire museum expansion in Alaska. -- Tribute to man who brought Olmsted to life.


 

 

 

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