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Today's News - November 11, 2005

Urban Land Institute conference tackles less standard - but very timely - concerns. -- Mostly thumbs-down for new architecture in the 2005 European Capital of Culture. -- Thumbs-up and thumbs-down for Denver projects and exhibit. -- Malaysian mindset too concerned with how they look on the outside. -- Big plans to resurrect Bethlehem Steel plant, the nation's largest abandoned industrial site. -- Will Manhattan follow London's example with midtown tolls? -- A Delaware factory/office is a "spunky little building...proof that corporate architecture can be intimate and individual." -- An extremely planned community for Nevada. -- Giddy over a Madison, WI, redevelopment project. -- Vancouver International Film Centre is high-tech and high design. -- A small Australian practice with a big presence.




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