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Today's News - November 1, 2005

A call for old fashioned planning and discipline for Sydney's green belt: "They call it lifestyle, but sprawl is its proper name." -- Can Gehry really pull off a Grand Avenue skyscraper in L.A. (or is he the "the Ethel Merman of architecture")? -- Inspiring and energetic school designs on both coasts. -- Prefab gets ever more fabulous - and mainstream. -- Science, nature, and spirit: green roofs fit the bill. -- Christopher Alexander's four-volume "The Nature of Order" does "for the 21st century what Roman author Vitruvius did for the first century B.C."; the architect explains why it took 30 years to complete. -- Prince Charles, on his way to collect the Scully Prize, speaks out. -- Public projects shine in Australia's National Architecture Awards. -- Another Inventioneering Architecture lecture online. -- A cold war underground city in U.K. can be yours for £5 (but there's a catch). -- Dresden's reborn Frauenkirche shines (not much about the project architecturally, but great slide show).




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