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Today's News - November 23, 2005

EDITOR'S NOTE: ArchNewsNow will be celebrating the Thanksgiving Day holiday (U.S.) with family and friends...we'll be back Monday, November 28. ----- Bringing back the Big Easy: Designers discuss what it will take. -- Pundits argue what it will cost and who will pay. -- Urban evacuees find themselves lost in suburbia. -- U.K.'s Urban Task Force issues a cautionary report about the government's Sustainable Communities Plan (though not all is doom and gloom). -- Montreal could lead the world if it buffs up its transportation system. -- An Oregonian is gung-ho for suburbia, not new urbanism - but worries about infrastructure. -- A good thing to worry about as McMansions spawn Mini-Taj Mahals for us common folk. -- Manila's mid-rise mania. -- Gehry and Olin serve up striking and whimsical elements in hopes of dazzling Brooklynites with Atlantic Yard plans. -- A Himalayan ski village closer to reality. -- A Neutra treasure saved. -- A tribute to Philadelphia's master planner. -- Christopher Wren is focus of "Leaders & Success." -- Whimsical hot air to float at Art Basel Miami Beach.




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