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Today's News - November 14, 2005

ArcSpace brings us San Francisco's de Young Museum in a visual treat. -- New urbanism and New Orleans: even Duany doesn't want to see the city "Seasided." -- Smart growth lessons from a Maryland county. -- The mayor of Athens and Prince of Wales offer lessons in "livable, learning cities, and a better urban future." -- Much to learn from housing solutions in Paris, Berlin, and Saigon. -- In Chicago, "tall and thin is in," but guidelines are needed. -- NYC landmarks agency under fire. -- Atlanta's High Museum gets more high marks. -- Star-studded shortlist for Justice Center adds even more caché to Denver as an architectural destination. -- Hip, urban architects take on Lincoln Center's "low-profile workhorse." -- A Welsh-born American gets to reconnect with his roots. -- East and West Coast universities take on expansion challenges. -- RIAI Gold for O'Donnell + Tuomey. -- Call for submissions for the next James Stirling Memorial Lectures on the City competition.




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