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Today's News - December 13, 2004

ArcSpace takes us to the topping out of Hadid's museum in Denmark. -- Sudjic offers one of the more eloquent essays about the possible closing of Cambridge architecture department. -- Chinese mayors and Russian developers look to U.S. cities and experts. Study finds smart growth might not be so smart for all Canadians. -- Perhaps Toronto's "bureaucratic beast" needs its own version of U.K.'s design czars; the city's historic properties go on line. -- Study will see if MassMOCA-like development is a model for other communities. -- Good (trophy) design is in the eye of the beholder. -- Good, green design taking hold in urban redevelopments and low-income housing in Connecticut, Montreal, and Seattle. -- Alsop has them cheering for a "flying rectangle" in Toronto and "big top" children's center in a dark corner of London. -- Safdie gives Kansas City a cascading hillside village. -- Huxtable says "hooray" (sort of) for the new MoMA; Litt calls it "an elegant wraith." -- A distinguished African-American architect is determined to continue to challenge the profession. -- Nexus Journal calls for papers for architecture/mathematics conference.

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