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Today's News - September 23, 2005

Rebuilding New Orleans: lessons to be learned from the mayor of Curitiba, Brazil, and Ground Zero, humble architectural devices, and a laboratory for housing design. -- Housing plans in the U.K.: is one an experiment in "social cleansing?" -- Getting Corbu wrong. -- Prince Charles's latest experiment in community planning. -- International Freedom Center presents its case for a home at Ground Zero. -- Is the battle finally winding down over Rome's new home for Altar of Peace? -- A call to get children back into the wild. -- Hadid takes on the profession's "glass ceiling." -- Weekend diversions: MoMA's Antonelli talks safety. -- Indianapolis shows of Stickley, Wright, and more. -- Pritzker winners on view in Taipei. -- Architecture Month in San Francisco and Memphis.




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