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Today's News - November 4, 2004

Architect claims politicians and military men are the real architects of spatial landscape. -- Duany calls big development plans in Syracuse "heartbreaking" (expletives deleted), and developer/mayor "clash makes it easy for the community to take its eye off the ball, which - from start to finish - has always been design." -- Traditional town planning informs a California mall. -- Prefabs are no longer "modular faux tudors and colonials built by large modular- and kit-house manufacturers." -- U.S. rejoins the World's Fair circuit (no thanks to Uncle Sam). -- San Francisco's newest landmark making its mark (to cheers and jeers). -- Client/architect matches made with click of a mouse. -- L.A. luminaries have high hopes for new L.A. Times architecture critic. -- Examining the evolution and extinction of architectural styles (including the U.K.'s red phone booth). -- 13 honored for community building. -- Deadline looms for student architectural essay competition. -- U.S. competition to design the perfect martini glass. - Derrida declawed.

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