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Today's News - October 12, 2005

AIA issues a post-Katrina economic and construction report. -- Deadline looms for sustainable building awards. -- A New Mexico town wants its Main Street back. -- Dublin firm wins big in Ireland, and U.S. firm wins big in China. -- Another take on San Francisco's De Young Museum: both claustrophobic and powerful (and a field day for a psychoanalyst). -- Plans for another starchitect-studded Las Vegas project moves ahead. -- Liverpool Arena and Convention Centre underway. -- Architecture and design needs to be more sensual. -- Alsop sets up shop in Toronto. -- Architecture foundations combine forces to bring design education to schools. -- Harvard Design Magazine benefit seminar on site at two new sites. -- The visions of Barragan on view in Athens.




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