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Today's News - April 19, 2006

Industrial beauty and a "ribbon in the sky" in NYC and U.K. -- Suburban boundaries sprawl everywhere. -- In Philadelphia (and elsewhere), city center living is good, but what about schools? -- NYC loves architects. -- It's time to bring the U.N. building back to the future. -- Chicago's Freedom Museum might be a bit too gray, but it tells an important story. -- Foster does Madrid. -- Architects in Bangkok to offer free house designs at Architect Expo in May. -- An ode to Seidler (be sure to read the comments). -- Conferences in Australia and California offer heroism and trends. -- A new book peeks behind the Stirling Prize scene. -- Bauhaus Kolleg offers EU urbanism. -- Survey shows workers want a hand in the design of their spaces (should we be surprised?).


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