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Today's News - February 7, 2006

Tracking post-Katrina rebuilding trends shows little progress. -- It's a chicken-and-egg problem in New Orleans. -- St. Petersburg, Russia, didn't like Moss (spelled "Moos"); might the city take kindly to Foster? -- He strikes out with a school design in the U.K. -- Ray Bradbury (yes, that Ray Bradbury) explains why a monorail system is the solution to transportation woes in Los Angeles. -- Real estate sales centers in Toronto are becoming more interesting than the buildings they're trying to sell. -- A Paris architect designs China's America's Cup base in Valencia - dragon tail included (with pix to prove it). -- A Malaysian architect's house is his very green castle. -- A New Zealand-based architect believes low-cost housing deserves good architecture. -- A country house in the U.K. is an eco-friendly dream house (but costly). -- A Dutch architect gives Milwaukee "the equivalent of electroshock treatment." -- Campbell's take on "trads" vs. "rads," and avant-gardism as the curse of the 20th century. -- Deadline looms for Historical District Renewal Area International Student Competition. -- Coming up in London: a day of debate about the future of communities (e.g. Ken Yeang takes on Density vs. sprawl).


 

 

 

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