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Today's News - October 11, 2004

This week on ArcSpace: Lab architecture in Beijing, and Mau's "Massive Change" in Vancouver. -- Brouhaha over Beijing's "built-to-thrill" building boom continues. -- Building boom in India a boon for homegrown architects (with caveat re: foreign influence). -- NYC waterfront developments seen as inspiration for Toronto. -- Reviews of Holyrood from New York and Toronto: "Mesmerizing" and "brash." -- U.S. military complex marches toward museum and entertainment complex. -- Irish World Performing Arts Village selects architect. -- Two takes on new business schools in Toronto and Chicago. -- Island of contemporary art in Paris on track (maybe). -- A champion to preserve what's left of Sarasota School of Architecture. -- A futuristic designer in pink suede shoes. -- A new and improved vision of Washington, DC.

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