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Today's News - November 19, 2004

MoMA opens tomorrow (finally!). All this week we've presented the pick-of-the-litter from hundreds of reports - those with at least a touch of attitude…there are a few more today. -- Controversies begin to swirl around the other gargantuan Manhattan museum complex (are we surprised?). -- Much-lauded waterfront projects in Philadelphia just a tad difficult to get to. -- We'll have to wait until next year to find out who's going to design the European Bank's new home (only one of three entries pictured - but worth a look!). -- A Scottish Modernist masterpiece on its last legs? -- A call to go back to the drawing board for corporate HQ in Providence. -- Foster to design glass envelope for Smithsonian Patent Office Building. -- A new school where "form follows function with single-minded force." -- Necco factory to go condo. -- Firms selected for GSA "First Impressions" program to enhance federal building lobbies and landscapes. -- Weekend diversions: Florence Knoll in Philadelphia; Corbusier at Harvard.

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