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Today's News - September 30, 2005

A winning Friday: Ito takes home RIBA Royal Gold. -- Prizes for 22 preservation projects. -- Holcim Awards honor North American sustainable construction projects. -- Louvre Lens picks its design team. -- An impressive shortlist for Orange County Great Park. -- Designing disaster relief housing (but would anyone want to live there?). -- Public housing catching on with the middle class. -- Forget culture a Ground Zero? An in-depth look at how it became "a suspicious interloper." -- A half-million square feet of retail is really what is needed. -- Philadelphia grows more comfortable with modern. -- Google to team with NASA for a million-square-foot campus. -- Princeton picks a planning team. -- Restoration of National Portrait Gallery's new digs vindicates original architect. -- To close or not to close Berlin's Tempelhof Airport. -- Shipping containers as towering farms and gardens.




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