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Today's News - December 11, 2002

A busy time for new museums in NYC. -- Rumors flying about Ground Zero plans (we'll see them all next Wednesday). -- Winning design for a mall in Edinburgh doesn't please all. -- Treasures lost to political gaffes in Chicago, and a raging blaze in Edinburgh. -- A call for great design to revive Detroit [substitute any city] riverfront. -- Sustainability issues and answers from Toronto to Australia. -- Another glowing revue for Ando in Ft. Worth. -- High life on the waterfront in Dubai. -- Construction woes in Japan. -- Technology and affordable housing…and more.

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Obituary: Harwood Knox Smith, HKS Architects founder- Dallas Business Journal

More Museums for New York, Despite Poor Economy - Beyer Blinder Belle; Rafael Viñoly; Gwathmey Siegel & Associates [image]- New York Times

Super tower at WTC site? Plans for world's tallest- NY Daily News

Allan Murray Architects the winner of international competition: Critics attack 'alien' Gardens mall design- The Scotsman (UK)

Mayor Daley's landmarks move still doesn't go far enough. By Blair Kamin- Chicago Tribune

Heritage horror at Old Town proposals [image]- The Scotsman (UK)

Out of the ashes.. a row over old and new: architectural contest may be held to come up with a development to replace buildings devastated in the Old Town blaze- The Scotsman (UK)

Opinion: For riverfront excellence, work toward great design. By Steven C. Flum/Urban Priorities Committee of AIA/Detroit- Detroit Free Press

Design for sustainability: Design can also create systems and processes - Samantha Sanella; HOK- Toronto Star

McCormick Centre for the Environment practises what it preaches - Phillips/Pilkington- Infolink (Australia)

Intimacy, on a grand scale: Texas museum makes room for the soul. By Nicolai Ouroussoff - Tadao Ando- Los Angeles Times

Residential marinas come of age in Dubai - Bernard Spoerry; PHB Group- Gulf News (UAE)

Japan's builders falling down- The Age (Australia)

From the Digital Divide to One Economy: the link between technology and housing is significant- Fast Company

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

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


- 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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