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Today's News - October 12, 2004

This week on ArcSpace: Lab architecture in Beijing, and Mau's "Massive Change" in Vancouver (we forgot to link yesterday). -- Another RFP from LMDC for WTC site work. -- We'll get the vitriol over with first: Farrelly doesn't mince words about a new development down under: "dead-flesh developer-plastic...a poetic opportunity dramatically and deliberately missed." -- In the U.K., "towering egos" instead of experts for CABE? -- Kerry mayor blames architects for bad planning. -- But ugly buildings may be a thing of the past in Northern Ireland's future. -- What master think should be done with Edinburgh's St. James Centre (the building everyone loves to hate). -- Study shows there's a big future for iconic architecture (and "zoomorphic" architecture will become passé). -- Designing for security is hurting the livability factor of American cities. -- A workshop about creating livable neighborhoods. -- Christmas comes early to NYC: $1 billion grant for affordable housing. -- Glasgow "braces" itself for a Hadid-designed museum, and things are looking up for her Guggenheim Taichung. -- Korea's newest museum boasts big architects (not usually known for their "modest and tastefully subdued design"). -- Two calm (or are they boring?) buildings tame Cambridge, U.K. -- Major software company opts for LEED-green HQ in downtown Toronto. -- Web site awards have an international flavor. -- A Canadian firm claims a novel approach to managing projects.

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