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Today's News - December 10, 2002

ArchNewsNow editor now wears two hats. -- Jaguar of Tampa puts on a real show. -- Ground Zero plan to be selected six weeks after seven teams present. -- Egyptian Museum project has 20 on its shortlist - but they won't say whom. -- Edinburgh deals with a hole in its historic heart. -- Fears that UK paradise may be paved. -- Awards for emerging architects from around the world. -- Arquitectonica designs for the press. -- An urban village to emerge in Sydney. -- Los Angeles museum loses its nerve. -- A city school that doesn't look like a city school. -- A Dutchman takes on Moscow. -- Canadian senators and posh digs. -- Good architecture, trailer, and pre-fab - not usually used in the same sentence. -- Mies on view in London…and more.

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ArchNewsNow Editor Wears Two Hats: AIA New York Chapter Launches Recast OCULUS Magazine; Names Kristen Richards Editor- ArchNewsNow

Not Your Father's Car Dealer: Jaguar of Tampa by JGA, Inc. and Illuminating Concepts [images]- ArchNewsNow

New Plan for Ground Zero Will Be Done by Jan. 31- New York Times

The Grand Scheme: proposed Grand Egyptian Museum...an architecture competition to design the building, seems promising - and hints at controversies to come.- Egypt Today

Blaze leaves 'gaping hole' in the heart of Edinburgh: Large sections of one of the most historic areas will have to be demolished- Independent (UK)

Labour betrays heritage, and its history: As the government prepares a massive road-building initiative in some of our most beautiful countryside, Tristram Hunt argues that our leaders have forgotten their roots.- Observer (UK)

ar+d 2002 Emerging Architecture Award Winners [images]- The Architectural Review

Herald-Tribune submits plans for new office in Sarasota: modern interpretation of the Sarasota School of Architecture - Arquitectonica [image]- Herald- Tribune (Florida)

Greg Crone design for Sydney’s World Square: "urban village" a showcase project for environmental sustainability with energy efficiency - Crone Nation Architects- Infolink (Australia)

Prudent decision for LACMA is a setback for the city: Delaying renovation plans may be the only alternative, but it shows a failure of nerve on the part of the board and donors. By Nicolai Ouroussoff - Rem Koolhaas- Los Angeles Times

In Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, a School Outside the Mold: city school building...is a very playful and nonindustrial setting - Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates [image]- New York Times

Dutch Inventor of Cube Sofa Turns Eye to Moscow - Jan des Bouvrie- Moscow Times (Russia)

Senators to get posh digs: Architects from across Canada are vying for pieces of the project- Globe and Mail (Canada)

The house as trailer: inside Tim Pyne's M-house. Prefabrication is a hot topic among architects at the moment. By Hugh Pearman [images]- HughPearman.com

Exhibition Review: This is Berlin calling: As the skyscraper rules, there is no better time to re-evaluate Mies van der Rohe. By Deyan Sudjic- Observer (UK)


- A visit to Kyoto’s Kitayama Street: A combination of Japanese modernity and tradition
- Tadao Ando: Garden of Fine Arts, Kyoto
- Arata Isozaki: Kyoto Concert Hall


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