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Today's News - November 15, 2005

Taliesin West loses its founding dean. -- A call for high-density on higher ground in rebuilding New Orleans. -- Brooklyn's Atlantic Yards offers a cautionary tale in backwards planning and a reversal in the public process. -- Singapore and South Korea sign a Memorandum of Understanding for Design Cooperation to improve economics and quality of life. -- While Seoul picks its best buildings, still complaints of foreign invasion, suspicion of local talent; conference and exhibit extol local talent. -- Sizing up suburbia on both sides of the Atlantic. -- Preservation and public process issues in Charleston and New York continue to broil. -- Jacksonville's new library is "five stories of style." -- Detroit holds high hopes for high design for new FBI HQ. -- Phyllis Lambert wins 2006 Vincent J. Scully Prize. -- Forbes list of 10 architectural tastemakers. -- Legorreta retrospective in Mexico City shows his passion (but, surprisingly, no mention of Barragán or affordable housing). -- Chicago exhibit highlights five women architects who are "breaking up of the old-boys' club" and raising lots of questions, while a new book offers a "magisterial account" of the First Chicago School.




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