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Today's News - November 3, 2005

Points/counterpoints: A developer has high praise for Philadelphia's city planning; and an architect calls the claim "disingenuous" and offers New York City planning as "exemplar." -- Neighbors rail against ROM tower; Hume calls it "among the most elegant proposals seen recently in Toronto." -- At Ground Zero, expense and design collide. -- An architecture competition where the jury actually visits the buildings (what a concept!). -- High praise for Piano's High Museum: a dazzling "little town for culture." -- Pei's only English building is an architectural folly and "a wonder." -- A Singapore-style town planned in India. -- Koolhaas and Hermitage Museum team up to define 21st century museum. -- Panel in Washington, DC, next week looks at "Rebuilding the Gulf Coast: What Lies Ahead?" -- Prince Charles, "environmentalist, urban planner, real estate developer, and social critic," wants to "break the conventional mold in the way we've been building and designing." -- Rafi Elbaz talks about his kit-of-parts shelter. -- KieranTimberlake sees the future in plastics.




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