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Today's News - August 31, 2006

EDITOR'S NOTE: Now that summer is almost over, we're taking a short summer break...see you in September (the 5th, to be exact).....Has Katrina made Americans greener? -- National Trust issues report on status of Gulf Coast's historic assets. -- The Venice Biennale (finally) goes for urbanism instead of starchitecture. -- Boddy critiques Vancouver's last 20 years of growth: "Vancouverism has nothing to do with New Urbanism." -- A new tower represents "Vancouver's current architectural ethos." -- Hope is high that major civic building will make Austin's historic downtown park a real people place. -- The new HQ for ECB throws traditional caution to the wind opting for "architectural flair." -- Smart, shape-shifting buildings in our future. -- A once forlorn and forgotten Thai palace is being given back its soul. -- A road trip in search of a $100/s.f. dream house. -- An exhibit in Austria offers pro's and con's of letting computers auto-design urban or suburban environments. -- We ran the story about Utzon's opera house model, but this one has beautiful pix.

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