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Today's News - November 7, 2005

ArcSpace brings us Foster and Koolhaas in Dallas. -- Another tribute to E. Stewart Williams. -- Montreal's lessons for Toronto, while plans for a Toronto neighborhood win praise for its "friendliness to humans and historic landmarks alike." -- Museum news from all over: not so kind words for Rabin Center in Tel Aviv. -- Nelson-Atkins expansion a work of art for art. -- No "postmodern pique" for Getty Villa renovation. -- Plans for a design museum in Holon, Israel, by a designer of "non-essentials." -- An in-depth report on Riley's departure from MoMA. -- Correa's MIT "marvel." -- New marketing strategies for selling high-end condos - starchitects are so "ho-hum" these days. -- Marketing Libeskind: "Is it the world is finally ready for him, or he's finally ready for the world?" -- Chat online with Peter Walker tomorrow. -- Three exhibitions definitely worth a look: "Sense of the City: An Alternate Approach to Urbanism" at the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal; Frank Lloyd Wright's right-hand woman at Northwestern University; and Mackintosh's French landscapes in Edinburgh. -- USGBC Leadership Awards sparkle green.




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