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Today's News - November 1, 2004

ArcSpace takes us to Pelli's Osaka museum (in case you can't be there for Wednesday's opening). -- Tribute to an Australian architect and teacher. -- "Creative Class" author takes hits from both the left and the right. -- Globalization maven says it boils down to infrastructure. -- Where are all the 60s buildings going? (Modernist, Brutalist, etc. - many landing in landfills.) -- Manhattan's plans for West Side stadium "will extinguish any hope of injecting some humanity into the area." -- Houses of the Future on show in Sydney leave a lot to be desired. -- Affordable housing project in London shines (literally and figuratively). -- MoMA moves beyond the Bauhaus - nary a Barcelona chair in sight. -- Adjaye's plan for Denver's newest "art beacon" doesn't play second fiddle to Libeskind. -- Shakespeare and bricklayers share digs in Washington, DC. -- Trump's new Chicago tower promises to be an "elegant giant" (though only Kamin's seen the drawings). -- Architects for Peace launch in Australia. -- Wanted: CABE design review committee members (online applications accepted). -- Engineering students learn from online movies.


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