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Today's News - November 2, 2005

A tribute (from Australia) to a Palm Springs Modernist master. -- A scientist describes New Orleans as "a city made possible and made vulnerable by reliance on technology." -- Transit-oriented developments (TOD) taking hold in L.A. (and elsewhere) despite their complexities. -- Chicago offers grants for green roofs. -- A London children's hospital "does for healthcare what the Tate Modern has done for art galleries." -- A plea to consider construction and IT as "equally important, complementary and deeply connected." -- Rutgers University lines up an impressive shortlist to choose from. -- Forget the Fourth Grace Cloud: Alsop proposes something "fantastic and very magical." Opus Architecture Awards include the builders (time to include engineers?). -- America's mania for everything large. -- Berkeley Prize 2006 student essay competition launches.




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