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Today's News - November 10, 2004

Time for design activism to be more than a "fringe activity." -- Rural Studio still going strong while it examines its future. -- The "fuzzy nature" of design attribution. -- A virtual museum of Turkish architecture. -- Seoul's skyline benefits from "the Prada phenomenon." -- Dream of Catalano Pavilion becomes reality. -- Viñoly wows them in Chicago. -- Starck's "curiously retro vision" of an Eden for the "Smart Tribe" of Lower Manhattan. -- A performing arts new pavilion lacks flair, perhaps because the client "began by jettisoning the most powerful tool a client has for obtaining top-flight architecture: a competition." -- San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank heads north. -- Pennsylvania Avenue reopens, but its "perfectly clear that an era is over, that things have changed dramatically -- and not for the best." -- A film that "gives you only the glory of Gaudi." -- Book takes on U.S. housing woes, but with an all "too-narrow view."

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