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Today's News - November 17, 2004

More musings on MoMA (and - gasp - not all are thumbs-up!). -- Lest we forget two other important openings in London and Little Rock. -- Cheers for smart growth/new urbanism/urban mixed-use development (whatever you want to call it); so why isn't the concept flying? -- RAIA questions 'bizarre' inconsistencies in Ireland's planning system. -- Six architects dream up "truly postmodernist skyscrapers that bypass modernism's dead end" for Manhattan's West Side (gargoyles, anyone?). -- Meanwhile, we have adventures in glass technology for (dare we say) modern skyscrapers. -- London's Temple Bar now an adventure in "kitsch" and "schlock." -- Historic Cutty Shark clipper ship to be saved in a plastic bottle. -- Green is the new black in U.K. public projects. -- Seattle struggles with monorail design. -- Competition-winning streetlight design for Pasadena doesn't mean the city wants to wear them. -- Design team picked for British Columbia's 2010 Olympic skating rink. -- Texas A&M Bonfire memorial has power and grace.


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