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Today's News - October 26, 2005

Being very tall has never been bigger. -- Ten rules for successful Transit Oriented Development (TOD). -- The EPA's Best Workplaces for Commuters list (and why). -- In California, "granny flats" are one solution for affordable housing (design included). -- In Texas, offshore wind farms may be the new black gold (if they can figure out if there's enough wind). -- A jewel of a shed for a new museum on the Welsh waterfront. -- New life for a has-been Gehry building in Paris. -- Calatrava's Turning Torso disappoints - and raises questions. -- Another Las Vegas development with stellar design team. -- Carmakers use architecture to brand their vehicles. -- The postwar ranch house is cool again. -- A graveyard for vanished buildings in New Zealand. -- Prince Charles takes the National Building Museum's Vincent Scully Prize. -- Another Inventioneering Architecture lecture online. -- The Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal opens "Sense of the City."




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