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Today's News - February 16, 2006

Katrina Cottage 1 the beginning of functional, affordable, and beautiful housing for hurricane survivors. -- Pearman's take on London's Design Museum: part soap opera, part attitude. -- A call for design reviewers to stop confusing developers (and their architects). -- A "Disney-like" development doesn't share its James River views. -- A Calatrava-designed elevated gondola on New York Harbor's horizon? -- Choosing young architects was a clever move by Tralee Institute of Technology. -- Not everyone is pleased with design of new arts center in Buffalo. -- Historic downtown movie palace in L.A. gets a new lease on life. -- A very civic-minded library/art gallery project for Grande Prairie, Canada. -- A butterfly house (or is it "marooned spacecraft") takes wing in Sydney. -- Heathcote's take on Spanish architecture on view at MoMA: "municipalities taking big risks on young, untried and often remarkably experimental architects." -- Dubliners are wondering what Mayne really means. -- Call for papers for affordable housing forum. -- Irving Gill and his distinctively regional style.




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