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Today's News - November 8, 2005

New Orleans: politics undermining New Orleans rebuilding efforts? -- Two locals offer 20 suggestions. -- U.K. "Attitudes to the City" survey might offer the Gulf Coast - and elsewhere - some useful insights. -- Farrelly lays it on the line: "Are architects dickheads?" -- Vietnamese architects struggling to find their place as foreigners take on the big contracts. -- In Russia, it's taken more than a decade to finally see big plans by foreign architects beginning to take shape. -- A look at one Russian city's Post-Soviet architectural flowering (and nary a foreign name on the list). -- Big - and sustainable - plans for San Francisco's Treasure Island. -- Ohio State University gateway project "epitomizes a sweeping national trend in city planning and urban real estate." -- A review of the three winners in the U.K.'s £60k homes competition. -- A study of light "could serve as a prototype for much cheaper homes in tight, city centre sites." -- "Micro-compact houses" on Munich campus offer another solution to housing needs. -- Atlanta's High Museum expansion is user-friendly post-modern. -- Chicago's newest waterfront park, including Vietnam Veterans memorial, could be the city's next great space. -- Another report on Correa's MIT building (this time with images). -- Is Adjaye ready to take on a public library? -- A new twist to housing: recycle decommissioned 747 jets.




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