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Today's News - March 3, 2006

Pundits, fans, and skeptics take on Atlanta's massive Atlantic Station and its LEED-green - but perhaps too inflexible - master plan. -- In San Francisco, thumbs-up for great, green design for an unlikely building type: supportive housing. -- A new study shows urban public housing contributes to obesity. -- Several views for a Newer Orleans: Kroloff wants alternatives to "New Urbanist Svengalis" and their "toothache of a future." Betsky says it's "an extreme instance of the quandary in which architecture in general finds itself." And a couple of intriguing proposals. -- Another (embarrassing) Holyrood moment. -- A "reckless risk" for Rogers. -- Denver to start search for architect for its latest museum plans. -- Eco-friendly furniture meets the cubicle culture. -- Call for entries: Red Dot competition comes to the Americas. -- ArchVoices launches 4th annual essay competition. -- One we couldn't resist: an architect' wrong-colored garbage bags has town fathers tearing them open and taking pictures (shades of Arlo Guthrie's "Alice's Restaurant"?).


 

 

 

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