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Today's News - October 4, 2005

This month, SMPS looks at what's hot in - and how to tap into - the international development scene. -- Post-disaster housing that feels like home (and the problem with getting it to where it's needed). -- U.N. takes on affordable housing in its own backyard. -- Scaffolding rising around 2 Columbus Circle despite continued protests. -- Towering plans (with a British accents) for Yoido, Korea. -- St. Louis can get a hint of what's to come for its museum expansion with a visit to Davenport, Iowa. -- University of Johannesburg opens a dream project. -- Charlotte, NC, opens its "most architecturally adventuresome public building." -- Newark, NJ, getting a stadium after all. -- "Vanilla architecture" isn't all bad for New Philadelphia School District HQ. -- The Chicago 7 (architects, that is), and L.A. School of Architecture architects bandy among themselves. -- Another requiem for Bunshaft's Travertine House. -- Call for papers for Making Cities Livable Conference. -- Taliesin West conference in November lures stellar lineup.




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