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Today's News - September 26, 2005

ArcSpace brings us a winning design for concert and congress center in Reykjavik, and two new, hip hotels in Spain. -- New Orleans: lessons from Chicago; New Urbanist architects and engineers making plans; and legal issues that could affect rebuilding. -- In Manhattan and Brooklyn, it "isn't looking like a great season for the legacy of Jane Jacobs." -- Disappointment also in grand plans for L.A.'s First Street. -- Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction announces Asia Pacific competition winners. -- Melbourne's "new pride and joy" may be the greenest of green, but some disappointment: not a model for affordable sustainability and the "sacrifice of architectural aesthetics." -- Green design no longer considered hippie-chic in Southern California. -- A new Cuban revolution to preserve its golden age of architecture. -- New York design schools hiring "hot architects of the moment" to design new buildings. -- A Dublin car-park turned architects' home base. -- Musings on museums everywhere: Roanoke goes for bold hoping for Bilbao effect. -- Nasher Museum at Duke University - and others - part of a growing backlash against the Bilbao effect. -- San Francisco's de Young "thick with concepts but short on architecture." -- Akron museum has to curb some of its design enthusiasm. -- Tsunami memorial competition (announced in Friday's ANN) called a "bad precedent" by Wildlife Fund Thailand .




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