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Today's News - May 1, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Meier in Germany. -- He also discusses his adventures in Rome. -- A few more tributes to Jane Jacobs - though with "it's time to let go...," Ouroussoff takes a surprisingly different tact. -- Grading Gehry's Grand Avenue plans: two takes. -- Planning and inspired design are the tickets to a prosperous Bangkok. -- Exhibit of "visionary post-Katrina architecture" promises "architecture that can give New Orleans hope." -- Suburbs that want downtowns of their own are "the poster child of this new urbanism." -- Green roofs are sprouting up everywhere (including ASLA HQ). -- Students build house from salvage; buyer wanted. -- Canada's 2006 Governor General's Medals in Architecture (lots of pix). -- Time 100 list of people who shape our world includes one architect. -- Toronto's 2nd Annual Pugly Awards competition for the best and worst launches today. -- One we couldn't resist - and the must-read of the day: a post-modernist beaver over-thinks his dam (we wonder what school/which architects he studied with!).

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