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Today's News - December 3, 2004

Calatrava takes home AIA Gold; Murphy/Jahn receives 2005 AIA Architecture Firm Award. -- Finalists from around the world offer thoughtful projects for South African clubhouse/healthcare center. -- The rise of green buildings. -- Is China ready to embrace sustainability? -- Architecture in Antarctica to keep scientists happy and sane (great images!). -- Design review boards can be good (or bad) for communities. -- San Francisco has its share of ugly buildings. -- A Toronto architect claims the city "is in danger of becoming Shanghai." -- Lord Foster interviewed: "...what can I tell you that you don't already know?" -- Launch of Rebrand 100 Awards proves good design pays off. -- Weekend diversions: Utzon in Sydney; good design under £10 shows off in London; British bridges highlighted in St. Petersburg, Russia; nirvana for mid-century Modernist fans in Sunday auctions.

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