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Today's News - May 4, 2006

Strategies for passive survivability in buildings. -- Eyes are on the politician bringing New Suburbia to Long Island. -- Social housing that "oozes class." -- Ireland trying to decide who decides who's an architect. -- Australia's heritage rules (or lack of) threaten to derail historic train sheds. -- Titanic plan for Belfast launched. -- A mix of thumbs-up and thumbs-down for Tucson "rainbow bridge." -- Italy's outgoing premier as architectural critic. -- A striking city hall for Seoul. -- Glasgow's Kelvingrove museum makeover is a model for the future: "unorthodox, innovative and ever so slightly irreverent." -- New York architects' urban surf shack in Australia could be kit-home of the future. -- CCA announces James Stirling Memorial Lecturer. -- Cooper-Hewitt announces National Design Awards shortlist. -- Call for entries to design a town square for Stratford, Ontario. -- Historian dedicated to preserving bungalow of Arts and Crafts legend. -- Another review of what was new in Milan.

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