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Today's News - September 15, 2005

New Orleans: Architects and preservationists weigh in, and answers may be found in peacocks and butterflies. -- Architectural plagiarism: is it always a bad thing? -- Architecture critic in hot water for real estate holdings in all the right neighborhoods. -- "30 is the new 40" in a survey of Sydney's up-and-coming design talent. -- Canada Council for the Arts hands out Professional Prix de Rome in Architecture to NYC-based, native-born young talent. -- Gehry tones down Hove: is it still "Victorian women in flowing dresses promenading along the seafront," or "transvestites caught in a gale" (and just where does Brad Pitt fit into all this?). -- A new university auditorium may have a chip of a nickname, but is not a chip off the old block. -- A modern California county office fits the old neighborhood, despite what its critics say. -- What to do with 40-foot-high vents at Ground Zero. -- A roster of starchitects team up for a $5 billion in Las Vegas. -- Courtyard apartment complexes are coming back into vogue (if only they were affordable). -- Preserving historic landscapes. -- The landscape designer who shaped shopping malls and Disneyland. -- ASLA honors for 16 student projects.




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