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Today's News - January 27, 2006

New Urbanism is making its mark on the Gulf Coast, but where are the other leading architectural leaders? -- A Q&A with director of Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment and his take on New Urbanism on both sides of the big pond. -- Melbourne's homegrown talent puts the city on the international architectural map. -- Atlanta puts a moratorium on McMansions. -- New home for San Francisco youth center is architecture at its most ambitious. -- A new civic office in Naas, Ireland, is architecture with a capital A. -- Modesty does not come easily to Adjaye. -- Detroit architects put stylish faces on the city's storefront windows just in time for the Super Bowl. -- Winners all: 53rd Annual P/A Awards for unbuilt architecture, and 27th Annual Interiors Designer of the Year.




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