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Today's News - February 3, 2006

A positive take on eminent domain. -- Modular homes catching on in the U.S. in a big way (try 16,000 square feet for a mere $20 million). -- It's less than a "pre-fabulous picture" for prefab in the U.K., though things are changing (with pictures to prove it). -- Towering plans for west London do not please the neighborhood. -- Mississauga, Canada, will never be the same no matter which shortlisted design wins (with pictures to prove it). -- Rybczynski raves about new addition to Princeton's historic Burr Hall: an "architectural conversation between colleagues 100 years apart." -- An industrial site will flourish as a bamboo grove in Milwaukee. -- A visit with Christopher Alexander to discuss "The Nature of Order" (part 2). -- A lecture by Brigitte Shim. -- A new book examines how attackers use the tactical eradication of architecture. -- An international housing design competition for students and recent grads. -- Finalists named in Urban Voids competition. -- A prize for Pritzker.




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