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Today's News - March 1, 2006

Gulf Coast recovery: A landscape architect takes on New Urbanists. -- ASLA takes on restoring the landscape. -- An architect takes on knotty issues of architecture, urbanism and race that New Orleans must address. -- Preservation groups issue a call to rethink WTC memorial and its affect on the towers' footprints. -- Should Rogers decide to support Israeli boycott, should he get plum Javits expansion job? -- British "architectural pranksters set out to shake up the received ideas of what constitutes social housing." -- Visioning sessions are starting point for U.S. towns to "take control of rampant and hodgepodge development." -- New Harley-Davidson museum will be "honest, rigorously disciplined urbanism." -- Toronto architect designs a refuge from a noisy world. -- A London conference will explore innovation and progress in building design for educational facilities. -- A company putting the "fab" in prefab. -- The last frontier: boomtowns in space.




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