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Today's News - October 6, 2005

A 10-point plan for rebuilding New Orleans. -- Hollyrood RIAS win raises eyebrows (why are we not surprised?): award "seems to say it is acceptable to overspend ten-fold on a building, go ten times over the timescale and have no management control," not to mention the client contributed mightily to prize purse. -- Florida's creative class theory doesn't float for British cities. -- Canadian and Australian cities top another "most livable" list because of strong infrastructure. -- Not enough office space sparks Canadian commercial building boom. -- Not enough public green space in L.A.: "commercial "groves" and "promenades" are unsatisfactory substitutes." -- Stylish affordable housing taking hold. -- Louvre Lens picks multi-national design team. -- Connecticut casino picks team for major expansion. -- An artist offers an ironic look at London, informed by its architecture. -- Irish Architecture Foundation launches open competition for curator for 2006 Venice Architecture Biennale. -- Students take center stage in Singapore design competition.


 

 

 

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