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Today's News - March 8, 2006

Saffron takes on Bruegmann and pro-sprawlers. -- Langdon takes on "urban expert" Kotkin. -- Planning in Ho Chi Minh City is like "a body without a spine" in need of architects. -- Kamin asks how downtown Chicago can avoid becoming "a sterile home for the super-rich." -- Futuristic social housing project in Scotland holds "keys to some seriously pioneering ideas." -- Modernist architecture and utopias in the sky - a Socialist's perspective. -- All's well that ends well: settlement reached between Viñoly and Kimmel. -- A British firm that celebrates its "trad influences." -- America's Top 10 green hospitals. -- Another ode to Hearst's green Manhattan tower. -- Finalists selected for pedestrian bridge in Pittsburgh. -- A new book chronicles the sad history (and future?) of Florida's Everglades.




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