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Today's News - November 23, 2004

New York's other new kid on the block puts science in a magical place. -- And, as expected, more MoMA musings: "terminally tasteful"; "shed no tears for Taniguchi the Obscure" (an interview with Taniguchi in his Tokyo office); and sorely overlooked in all the brouhaha: Kohn Pedersen Fox, the firm that put all the pieces together. -- Munich says "nein" to tall buildings. -- Money, not design, may sink Berlin's Museum Island plans. -- The idea of shipping containers for housing moving ever forward into the limelight. -- In Chicago: lessons to be learned at big-box retail development conference; and clients honored for backing good architecture. -- Norwegian architect takes on city planning in China. -- Hobbit house declared a landmark. -- Buckingham Palace invites design in. -- Commercial interiors join the LEED rating system. -- Calls for entries: U.S. Green Building Awards and Affordable Communities Awards; call for presentations for 2005 ASLA annual convention.

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