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Today's News - March 2, 2006

Rogers cuts his ties to group pushing Israeli boycott, but his terse statement doesn't appease everyone. -- School design and Libeskind on the Gulf Coast. -- Hopes not very high for great architecture for Vancouver Olympics. -- Shopping centers playing the role of town centers in Mexico. -- New blueprint for San Diego's downtown good for all or design for "a playground for the wealthy?" -- A new approach to school design. -- Plans for Denver's historic Civic Center are a bit too hush-hush with rumors flying that Libeskind has a scheme (he also suggests demolishing Ponti's museum perimeter wall). -- Along with security bollards, anti-sittting devices taking an artful turn. -- In Tokyo, "pet architecture is great design "squeezed into the most unlikely corners." -- Mansion mania going to new (and grotesque) heights in the U.K. -- Tolla and Lignano talk about artifice, salvage, and habitable space. -- Classic Eichlers have a new generation of fans. -- A small Mackintosh show makes a big statement in Bendigo, Australia.




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