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Today's News - November 21, 2005

ArcSpace brings us Alsop/AMEC medical research building that is anything but a sanitized environment. -- Playing the fame game: good for New York; questionable for Los Angeles; a call to save Kyiv, Ukraine, from "provincial local boys"; and Chipperfield bemoans U.K.'s focus on money and marketing. -- Kelo eminent domain decision in Connecticut has development plans going nowhere fast. -- AIA survey shows mixed-use development is the way to grow communities. -- Piano ponders the problems - and solutions - for Parisian (and most cities') suburbs. -- Pearman treasures pockets of urban dereliction. -- Controversy continues to swirl around Clemson Architecture Center. -- Falsified structural reports leave buildings in jeopardy in Japan. -- Two very different takes on new Getty Villa expansion. -- Omaha's new concert hall "an essay in crisp, urban modernism." -- University of Sydney's new dean of architecture heads into a fray of faculty feuding (and he's ready for it). -- Rashid and Aalto but the spotlight on design in Manila.




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