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Today's News - December 2, 2004

ArcSpace launches impressive image library. -- More commentary about Cambridge without architects. -- A San Franciscan's musings about Manhattan's "jolting flamboyance." -- Toronto's tower-building hints at " the dangers of arrogance." -- Big plans for Fargo block would mean big loss of historic buildings. -- An Art Deco haven in New Zealand. -- Sandblasters heading for Disney Hall? -- Elegant design as urban lab in Los Angeles. -- Norten, Nouvel, and Rashid compete for Guggenheim Guadalajara (in Spanish). -- Viñoly and Appelbaum take on science center in Arizona. -- Natural history museum in Minnesota looking for new home (and architect). -- Hot young British talent "set to build the Gherkins of the future." -- Art Basel: a good reason to head to Miami. -- Competitions: Sky Office and Cradle-to-Cradle homes of the future. -- EarthBuild conference coming up in Sydney.

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