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Yesterday   Architectural Digest
<p>In this article from <em>Metropolis Magazine</em>, architect and planner Andrés Duany looks at New Orleans through a new lens to find the city's true character -- and to redefine how the city can restore itself.</p>
Feb 18, 2007   Metropolis Magazine
<p>A historic New Orleans Catholic church lauded for its engineering ingenuity is now at the crossroads of recovery and respect.</p>
Feb 14, 2007   New Orleans Times-Picayune
<p>Plans for a massive glass skywalk over the Grand Canyon, hotels, and a golf course are aimed at revitalizing a small reservation but critics say the development will commercialize a natural and national treasure.</p>
Feb 12, 2007   By Abhijeet Chavan
<p>Dirt is the latest material being used in homes as environmentally conscious homeowners look to live more sustainability.</p>
Feb 11, 2007   The New York Times
<p>Architecture critic Blair Kamin questions a recent list of American's favorite buildings.</p>
Feb 10, 2007   The Chicago Tribune
<p>While many argue over the costs and benefits of requiring LEED-certification, some affordable housing developers have shown that building green doesn't require following the program's recommendations.</p>
Feb 6, 2007
<p>As shopping centers and malls boom in India, a recent seminar looks at how to plan their development in a sustainable way.</p>
Feb 6, 2007   The Telegraph
<p>With ground floor rents in Manhattan skyrocketing, many independent merchants are moving their storefronts to once vacant second stories.</p>
Feb 5, 2007   The New York Times
<p>A new building in Boston's historic rowhouse laden south end neighborhood looks ahead without disrespecting its traditional context.</p>
Feb 4, 2007   The Boston Globe
<p>This article from <em>WorldChanging</em> discusses a new network for architects and designers to share and improve ideas. The network's creators hope this interactivity will help architects to create solutions for slum dwellers.</p>
Feb 3, 2007   WorldChanging