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Today's News - October 20, 2005

Mayors and architects head to the Gulf Coast; some are already rocking the boat. -- Beijing: a city that's eating the world. -- Conference takes on tall buildings. -- Building a city near Bangkok airport not such a good idea. -- Designs take flight to turn former air base into Orange County Great Park. -- Children's museum in Chicago suburb is a "duck that soars." -- Arts magnet school in Dallas will make space to be messy and loud and creative. -- Plans afoot for a new pedestrian bridge in Budapest. -- MoMA's "Safe" show perhaps a bit too safe. -- A tent for the desert uses space technology. -- An Irish designer makes a comeback at 92. -- Winners all in Ireland, New Zealand, and U.S.




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