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Today's News - January 10, 2006

We lose an architect and patron of the arts. -- Official blueprint for rebuilding New Orleans leaves some hopeful and other very skeptical. -- 72-page Gulf Coast pattern book (pictures and all). -- An ec-metropolis planned for Shanghai's mudflats. -- 2006 marks the beginning of upgraded evaluation process for transit projects, smart growth, and TOD's. -- Architects are key to stemming global warming. -- Battle brewing over new development and historic buildings in Edinburgh's south side. -- San Jose not ready for a high-rise downtown (unless the architecture gets better). -- Urban colleges investing in neighborhoods and winning new friends. -- Shortlist for Design Museum's Designer of the Year includes Architecture for Humanity. -- U.K. on a quest to name its cultural treasures (long live the Routemaster!).


 

 

 

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