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Today's News - July 19, 2006

A new, green campus building in Toronto is a symbolic and physical bridge between an academic community the city. -- The aerotropolis: they're rising all over Asia; now Detroit has a chance - and the rest of the U.S. better take note. -- An Amsterdam exhibition offers architecture and design for air travel. -- Asymmetry: "the objective of designers who are guided by the ethos of sustainable living." -- An exploration of design and ethics. -- RAIA award winners are good, but not great. -- Supply-chain environmental management (SCEM) movement gathering steam. -- An Australian scheme to increase reliance on environmentally friendly renewable energy. -- NYC takes count of neglected buildings to use for housing - it's been done successfully elsewhere. -- Pearman takes in Luxembourg and finds lessons for Liverpool. -- International Design Initiative posed to put the Arab world on the design map with big-name advisory board and inaugural forum. -- Yale's restored Kahn icon almost ready for its close-up. -- Newcastle, Australia, picks design for a multi-million dollar regional art gallery (budget not yet decided). -- Santa Fe continues to debate sharp corners. -- Montreal is a town in bloom: "do not let it be said that landscape architects lack humor" (great slide show!). -- Koolhaas archive for sale: NAI offer not high enough. -- Dyson/IDSA launch 3rd annual U.S. student industrial design competition. -- An exhibition presents architects who harness new technologies to address social ills.


 

 

 

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