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Today's News - October 5, 2005

Hot off the press: Hollyrood wins RIAS Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture. -- A PBS discussion among urban planners about rebuilding New Orleans. -- A Dutch solution: houses that float. -- Is it time we learn to love sprawl? -- Eminent domain as a tool for curbing urban decay and sprawl (or is it?). -- Melbourne waterfront experts with some sound advice for Toronto: "it's so easy to get it wrong." -- Meanings of memorials: architects learn the hard way. -- Two experts debate the progress and pitfalls of LEED certification. -- Portland Building to sport green top (might be the best thing about it?). A thin line between what is and isn't truly public space. -- U.K.'s modernist white elephant a pleasure palace once again (now it just needs to have fun). -- A former missile base in Germany and a subdivision in Korea's DMZ blossom with art and architecture. -- NYC's Museum of Chinese in the Americas taps Maya Lin for new digs. -- California firm tapped for University of Virginia project. -- An exhibit in Beirut looks at the "fading poetry of old Lebanese architecture. -- Call for papers for Architecture|Music|Acoustics conference in Toronto next year.




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