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Today's News - October 24, 2005

ArcSpace brings us an exhibition of aerospace design in Manhattan, Norten in Brooklyn, and Koolhaas in Portugal. -- Rebuilding the Gulf Coast: "traditionalism can be progressive" and Biloxi moxie. -- International experts called on to figure out how to develop - without destroying - Ho Chi Minh City's "green lung." -- Californians build bigger after Cedar fire (what will they want to build after the next inferno?). -- Lessons from Vancouver on what Seattle should not do. -- New York's inclusionary zoning has the luxury real estate market building affordable housing. -- Foster builds them taller, higher, bigger. -- Move over Foster - Hadid is catching up. -- Goldberger on Calatrava: redefining the apartment tower. -- Graves's Minneapolis Children's Theatre disappoints (if you're over 5). -- The making of a Malaysian icon. -- Big plans for broadcast center in Winnipeg. -- Mayne, in Sydney, is out to stimulate, not to make people happy. -- High praise for Naval Academy's soaring Jewish Chapel. -- An Australian duo means serious business with their playful designs. -- Holcim Awards to sustainable construction projects in Latin America. -- Two more takes on MoMA's "Safe" show.




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