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Today's News - December 7, 2005

Op-Ed: Give up on New Orleans unless the barrier shoreline is restored. -- The problem with New Urbanists' efforts in the Big Easy is developers' focus on pattern books rather than planning principles. -- New Urbanism in Virginia: are "neotraditional communities the solution to sprawl, or just sprawl slickly packaged?" -- It's regulation that spawns sprawl, hinders smart growth. -- Forget McMansions, now they're McFortresses. -- Sydney's Luna Park a poster child for sweet deals "masked as public interest." -- Plan to make over historic Irish cathedral doesn't please all. -- Another Top 10 list, this time it's emerging architects from San Diego to Mumbai. -- High praise for London's Unicorn Theatre. -- Australia's National Portrait Gallery names a design winner. -- Italian fashion house takes on high-style boutique hotels. -- Big names in the running for Fan Pier project in Boston. -- Meier goes LEED-green in Beverly Hills. -- Steilberg was much more than Julia Morgan's engineer. -- An exhibition offers the eroding stone faces over Manhattan doors.


 

 

 

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