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Today's News - September 20, 2005

Vancouverism vs. Lower Manhattanism: an insightful look at what works - and what doesn't - in both. -- Some thoughtful (some amusing) solutions to green belt development in the U.K. and avoid "crappy little noddy houses." -- A look at seven towns that flaunt New Urbanism. -- A study launched to research the results of a five-year-old Smart Growth Act in Wisconsin. -- An upcoming symposium will explore remaking the Pittsburgh region. -- "Designing with Nature": a book written in the 1960s that holds lessons for our future. -- ArchFest 2005 in Boston looks at solving global warming architecturally. -- An Australian architect living in Tokyo says there's just too much gray. -- Paris may get a new museum after all (designed by Gehry this time). -- New building at Eden Project inspired by the geometry of a sunflower. -- Move over Oklahoma City, Omaha, and Des Moines: Tulsa hopes its new arena will revitalize its downtown - and put it on the international architectural map. -- Bata says bye-bye to his modernist-era Toronto landmark to make way for Correa/Maki-designed spiritual center, museum, and public park. -- Warsaw has high hopes that Libeskind tower will bring nightlife to business district. -- An exhibition pays attention to Washington, DC's least known, most important architect. -- Lights Out New York takes off to protect migrating birds.




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