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Today's News - December 23, 2005

EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow is taking a break and will return Tuesday, January 3. We wish everyone a very merry and safe holiday and a wondrous New Year! ----- CNU rebuts the Gray Lady's report about New Urbanist Gulf Coast charrette. -- Why can't sprawl and smart growth get along? Why is "density" a dirty word? -- Good news/bad news: architects and developers offer their takes on global development trends. -- Good news/bad news for China's skyline: "American and Chinese architects need to learn how to make buildings," says Yung Ho Chang. -- High praise for a new school for troubled teens in the U.K.. -- Plans move forward for Great Egyptian Museum. -- Detroit's architectural hits and misses for 2005 (a bridge that looks like a football?). -- Three L.A. architects try to be positive in their 2005 reviews. -- Two historic Seattle-area homes can be had for a song (or for free) - all you have to do is move them before demolition crews move in. -- A forgotten Soane gem beautifully restored. -- A call for presentations for June symposium that will investigate how environments and systems can interact and respond to their occupants. -- One we couldn't resist: a cultural anthropologist takes a lighthearted look at what you can do with all your leftover holiday bubblewrap. ----- See you next year!


 

 

 

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