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    PRESERVING COMMUNITIES

    The 2005 National Trust for Historic Preservation (NTHP) Conference drew over 2000 people to Portland, Oregon in September for five days of discussion on the topic, "Sustain America Vision, Economics and Preservation." Central themes included the effort to link community revitalization to historic preservation, issues of race and historic preservation, and sustainable design.

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    GULF SOUTH STRUGGLES

    As yet another record-breaking and devastating hurricane season draws toward its close, we are still far from a final assessment of damage from Katrina, the most costly natural disaster in U.S. history, or from Rita, the subsequent multibillion-dollar storm.

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    SCOTTISH PARLIAMENT

    On October 15, 2005, the winner of the United Kingdom's prestigious Stirling Prize was announced. This year the honor went to the new Scottish Parliament, which has been hailed as one of the most innovative designs in Britain today. It is a vastly ambitious and complex building, and to visit it is a hugely rewarding experience: there is so much to take in, so many architectural and metaphorical references, so many technical challenges surmounted.

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    London's Mayor Backs Plan for City's Tallest Tower — Financial Times, 2005.1129

    Sand and Freedom — Guardian Unlimited, 2005.1128

    Giant Mosque for 40,000 May Be Built at London Olympics — Times Online, 2005.1127

    Architects for Aid in Pakistan Relief — Building Design, 2005.1125

    International Biennal "Barbara Cappochin" Prize to Igarashi Jun — International Union of Architects press release, 2005.1123

    Architects Group Director to Switch Posts — Chicago Tribune, 2005.1122

    Young Structural Engineer of the Year Award — Yorkshire Post, 2005.1122

    Hope Is Alive on the Gulf Coast — AIArchitect, 2005.1121

    Eminent Domain Project at Standstill Despite Ruling — New York Times, 2005.1121

    Detroit Chapter Annual Design Awards — AIA Detroit press release, 2005.1118

    Selecting the Best of Seoul's Designer Buildings — JoongAng Daily, 2005.1115

    27 Outstanding Projects Honored in the Empire State — AIArchitect, 2005.1114

    Toward a 21st Century New Orleans — Times-Picayune, 2005.1112

    ANZAC Hall Wins Australia's Top Public Building Award — World Architecture News, 2005.1111

    Investigations into Louisiana Levee Breaks Mount — ENR, 2005.1110

    AIA Seattle 2005 Honor Awards for Washington Architecture — AIA Seattle press release, 2005.1108

    AIA East Bay Honors a Lucky 13 — AIArchitect, 2005.1107

    A Princely Sum Given to Victims of Katrina — Los Angeles Times, 2005.1104

    Shigeru Ban to Design Pompidou Outpost — Guardian Unlimited, 2005.1031

    NIST Releases Final Report on Collapse — ENR, 2005.1027

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