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Today's News - November 29, 2004

Aga Khan Awards for Architecture announced, "the world's most lavish design prize." -- Plans to close Cambridge school of architecture called "an act of extraordinary folly." -- High praise and mixed reviews for Clinton library. -- Ground Zero as a "watershed in American architecture." -- Icons facing demolition in New Delhi, London, and New York. -- Irish World Music Centre will dance a jig. -- Libeskind's crystal in Toronto taking shape. -- Piano takes on Boston's Gardner Museum expansion. -- Gateshead, U.K.'s "post-industrial wasteland" is singing a different tune. -- Earthship architect out to save the earth (with some not-so-kind words for his contemporaries). -- A school's design fails as a bridge to the future. -- Wanted: developer for Chicago mixed-income housing (Helmut Jahn design included). -- Wanted: solution to dimming Disney Hall's sparkle.

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