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Today's News - December 15, 2004

'Tis the season for calls for entries: ULI Awards for Excellence around the world; remake (and save) a Robin Boyd house in Australia; a search for elite women entrepreneurs (we know a few!). -- India plans a national design policy to make the country "a global design hub." -- Study shows a U.S. building boom in the making. -- Political winds don't ruffle McDonough's environmental feathers. -- Experts take on NYC's planned building boom. -- No slow-down in the building renaissance in Nashville. -- Penthouses and farmhouses high-end tickets for developers in India. -- In Australia, affordable housing designs win prizes, while Melbourne's Docklands developers stop believing their own hype. -- Dallas bans prefab housing (how forward-thinking is that?!!?). -- A colorful debate in store for bold hotel design in San Antonio. -- A contemporary sparkle for Chicago's historic South Michigan Avenue. - Kansas City has been Safdie country for 25 years. -- An architect's widow shares her hard-earned wisdom. -- Grimshaw takes the reins of U.K.'s troubled Royal Academy of Arts. -- The Hungarian architect who helped shape Shanghai.

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