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Today's News - November 18, 2005

APA issues report on rebuilding New Orleans. -- Manchester, U.K. rebuilt with bold, thoughtful design. -- A Michigan study of pollution and sprawl offers a cautionary tale for all. -- Tough measures against McMansions in northern Virginia (even vinyl-sided ones - take a look at the pix). -- If Shuttleworth had the money, he'd use "every trick in the architect's book" to build a zero-CO2-emissions city. -- A new urban village for Kent, Washington. -- Traffic and parking woes in NYC and Philadelphia. -- City of big shoulders has aspirations to go every higher. -- Would Hollywood-style walk of stars really help a Chicago park? -- Arizona's 9/11 memorial uses sunlight to get its message across. -- Albany firm tapped for Radio Free Europe HQ in Prague. -- Architect connects architecture, education, and democracy for L.A.'s National Center for the Preservation of Democracy. -- Pesce doesn't want to be a design dictator - we have enough of them already.


 

 

 

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