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Today's News - October 27, 2005

Point/counterpoint: LEED's growing pains. -- Automobile apartheid: "those who walk, cycle, or ride public transit instead of owning a car get treated like second-class citizens." -- Floating architecture in The Netherlands: some optimism, some pessimism (and some very cool pix). -- A Colorado utopia is a decade into its test of new urbanism (and cool colors). -- Go-aheads closer for Safdie projects in Kansas City and Boston. -- Miami's cultural plans expand. -- A "living postcard of America's small town past" planned for Pigeon Forge, TN. -- Some thumbs-up, some down for Graves's Federal Reserve Bank in Houston. -- Netsch has some reservations about softening some of his Brutalist concrete edges at University of Illinois Chicago (but the students are happier). -- A new web site offers birds-eye views of architecture. -- Some inventive uses for Chicago's water tanks. -- On view: Gottscho photos present "an almost fantastical, alabaster New York."




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