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Today's News - October 31, 2005

ArcSpace brings us Ito in Tokyo and Prouvé in L.A. -- We lose a master architect and masterful educator. -- An AIA conference to take on rebuilding in Louisiana. -- Heathcote examines East London's new Eden, the Olympics, et al. -- Denver's skyline in for big changes. -- Solar power for a Coney Island station (and links to lots of others elsewhere). -- The nuts and bolts of Hearst Tower in Manhattan. -- A high-minded Q&A about the High Museum with Meier and Piano (yes, they're still friends). -- Has Piano lost his edge or found his soul? -- Pompidou Center and Guggenheim have hopes of hooking up with Foster in Hong Kong (and if a Guggenheim snags Singapore, it will tag Hadid). -- Shigeru Ban on Pompidou's other new outpost. -- Chicago gets a Millennium Park while Boston debates trees. -- The new de Young Museum "is a refreshing alternative to the egotism and exhibitionism of many of the current crop of museums. No wonder it has Turrell so bothered." -- East West University campus in Dhaka taps a Malaysian master. -- National Building Museum approaches its 25th birthday - with lots to celebrate. -- One we couldn't resist: "100 things that make us scream" - Happy Halloween!




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