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Today's News - October 3, 2005

Today is World Architecture Day! -- ArcSpace continues to explore the new and the old (well, 1995) in Alicante and Valencia, Spain. -- Battle to rebuild New Orleans on many fronts. -- A paper examines the economics of historic preservation. -- Perhaps there are lessons there for New Orleans and Las Vegas. -- At Ground Zero, it's back to the drawing board for the "Snohetta building" - it will be smaller, but it will be built (we hope!). -- RFQ's to master plan two New Jersey urban parks. -- High hopes for high design fading as L.A.'s school district shifts gears and "views architecture from a cultural remove, if not with active suspicion." -- The Philippines could have its own V&A, except for its "great difficulty in setting up a proper National Museum." -- A Danish museum expansion shows off Hadid's softer side. -- A new university museum is "discreetly suburban." -- An architect "ingeniously makes a vivid whole out of a half-dozen disparate missions for two university arts centers. -- Are McMansions going out of style? It looks that way (and one can always hope). -- Topping the list of Scotland's top 100 modern buildings is one that hasn't seen a good day in 25 years. -- New York gears up for Architecture Week 2005. -- Ireland launches month-long festival of architecture. -- Today is World Architecture Day!




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