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Today's News - December 10, 2004

Back from the Black Forest (and a very slim Starck...we'll tell you all about it shortly)...there's much to catch up with... Los Angeles loses a maker of its skyline. -- A new design organization in Scotland wants to raise the bar in architectural standards. -- Cambridge architecture department wins a temporary stay of execution. -- Chicago could be in for some breathtaking bridges. -- Shortlist selected for redevelopment of London's Jubilee Gardens. -- Starchitects designing everywhere in Israel, but is it such a good thing? -- Design for another Melbourne cultural complex sure to stir debate. -- Predock wins new museum in Taiwan. -- Praise for L.A.'s Caltrans headquarters (so high, the adjectives almost ran out). -- Fate of L.A.'s (sort of) historic Ambassador Hotel causing civic calamity. -- An architect creates a catalog of house designs to bring high design to the masses. -- Europeans have a better handle on perfecting prefab. -- In the Swedish woods, a house expands and contracts. -- A sneak-peek at the best U.S. architecture and design schools (you have to pay for the whole list). -- Weekend diversions: an exhibition started in 1927 wows them in Haifa; books on Brazil's Modernism and American suburbs worth curling up with; movies with architects as psychos and saints.


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