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Today's News - December 20, 2004

EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow is taking a break for Christmas...we'll be back next week. ----- The first of what will probably be many year-in-review reports. -- A symposium tackles urban design in arid regions. -- Bulldozing urban ills doesn't solve social problems. -- Open air malls really catching on. -- A web site devoted to adaptive re-use of big box stores. -- Portland condo proves quality and economy can deliver high design. -- L.A. condos conserve. -- Maya Lin's enchanting Tennessee chapel. -- Moving Barnes Museum will test Philadelphia's civic mettle. -- One more take on the new MoMA: it's a bore. -- Long Island architects take home "Archi" awards. -- NAMBIES United picks a winning design to battle the McMansion craze in Coconut Grove. -- A few informative (and amusing?) profiles: Eisenman; Foster; Sanaa; Grimshaw. -- Just for fun ('tis the season): cool gifts for under a tenner (and links to the places you can buy them). -- Two we couldn't resist (one from the ever-enlightening SPA): Holiday tips for architects.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!


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