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Today's News - May 17, 2006

Harvard decides to "catch somebody on their way up" for temporary museum (Piano has enough to do already). -- In the U.K., protected land not worth protecting would be better used for key-worker homes. -- A very green day: a convent in Dublin takes sustainability to heart. -- The pick of the litter from NYT special section, "The Business of Green": Chicago is a global model of green strategies that achieve economic success. -- In NYC's Battery Park City, sustainability is the rule. -- It's time for architectural education to get serious about teaching sustainable design. -- Architecture for Humanity and "the man behind a quiet revolution." -- Ground Zero's stellar team is "filled with optimism that they will create a coherent ensemble rather than an architectural mishmash." -- Hearst HQ is a "diamond" on NYC streets and "a logo that employees can work in." -- A new university fine arts center redeems its architects. -- A look at the little things being subtly woven into our urban fabric - and what they say about our society. -- Prefab never went away - it's just lost much of its idealism (but there are a few experiments to keep an eye on). -- Deadline extended in call for entries for new book on retail graphics. -- A nifty preview of what's hot at ICFF starting this Saturday.

EXHIBITION: Barcelona in Progress




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