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Today's News - February 27, 2007

How Disney's utopian dream changed the world ("You can see Orlando's sprawl from outer space.") -- Rethinking affordable housing strategies. -- The 'burbs need to step up to the plate. -- Latinos and planning: its time to bring this growing demographic into the process. -- King lauds bold not big plans for housing project in San Francisco's Octavia Blvd. as "a welcome blast from the past." -- Corbu and Wright knew more about what makes a good house than today's "annoying international clique of jetlagged starchitects." -- With 162 projects in downtown, L.A. isn't all about Grand Ave. -- Koolhaas "rubric cube" to rise on Jersey City shores (second item has lots of pix). -- FEMA's toxic trailers. -- Campbell's take on Americans' favorite building poll (and a list of his won). -- Medieval Islamic architecture "appears to have involved an advanced math of quasi crystals" (modern science found them only 30 years ago). -- Seattle "Envelope House": "Don't let the "cute" factor mislead. There's serious architecture afoot."


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