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Today's News - November 22, 2005

Niemeyer could care less what critics say about his new museum and his control over Brasilia's skyline. -- Scandal continues in Japan over falsified earthquake resistance certificates. -- High hopes that new design center in Bangkok will inspire. -- A town center and the arts at the heart of a new urbanist community in Georgia. -- Life in Dublin's gated communities examined. -- A thumbs-up and a thumbs-down for two NYC East Village projects. -- Another thumbs-up for (and the paradox of) Piano's High Museum expansion. -- A renaissance for a 116-year-old Sacramento cathedral. -- Even with rising competition, India's architectural outsourcing services still holds the upper hand. -- Clancy Awards for Socially Responsible Housing hold many lessons. -- Winning designs for Western Australia's CenterStage and Denmark's Herning Center of the Arts. -- Call for entries: 2006 ULI Awards for Excellence in The Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific. -- Book reviews: Rochon makes no bones about bad architecture in Canada; Friedman rethinks home and community design.




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