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Today's News - October 17, 2005

Philadelphia loses a master of planning, author of "Design of Cities." -- It's official: Scottish Parliament takes the Stirling Prize. -- Several takes on rebuilding the Gulf Coast. -- Two big wins for Architecture for Humanity means a big win for victims of natural disasters. -- U.K. at the next Venice Biennale - London left out. -- Betsky calls for a Golden Gate Park makeover (and more density elsewhere). -- High hopes for Swansea's new museum. -- Revisiting two early 20th-century utopias. -- A conformist Chicago suburb gets a children's museum that "stops short of sticking its tongue out at its architectural neighbors." -- New Children's Museum of Los Angeles will be "the Disney Hall of the San Fernando Valley." - Holcim Awards for sustainable construction in Africa, Middle East. -- Mockbee/Rural Studio exhibit has much to teach.




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