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Today's News - April 3, 2006

ArcSpace takes us to Hadid's Phaeno Science Center. -- Interesting takes on Katrina Cottage-Cute, New Urbanists, and not very useful proposals for New Orleans from the "insular" world of avant-garde architects. -- A shack built for 1906 earthquake refugees takes up temporary residence in 21st century San Francisco (with lessons for NOLA?). -- Thumbs-up - with reservations - for towers in Mississauga and Philadelphia. -- A landscape architect has big, green plans for China's boomtowns. -- Two very different takes on Chipperfield's library in Des Moines (though both lament the landscape). -- Parking problems and solutions in 3 parts. -- The U.K.'s newest threat: the Historic Buildings Liberation Front. -- Holyrood wins another award, but some feel so many accolades "devalue the prizes for future winners." -- Pearman and Woodward pay tribute to the visionary Gandy (with some great images). -- Sudjic sings high praise for V&A's "stunning survey of modernism." -- NYT's special design magazine.

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