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Today's News - November 29, 2005

A look at the condo-conversion craze. -- We lose the mastermind behind the starchitect-studded Sagaponac development. -- Reports from the Gulf Coast recovery front. -- Sprawl silently threatening every stream in the country. -- The riots in Paris banlieues "don't condemn Le Corbusier; they condemn the governments that failed to follow his vision." -- Donald Schmitt's take on sprawl and livable cities. -- An architect and a critic debate an urban design project in Johannesburg. -- An Egyptian architect reflects on what might have been. -- Austin, TX, has high hopes for new rules to put people back on the streets. -- Study shows green roofs keep things warm in winter and take root in Kansas City. -- Vision and frustration for C2C housing. -- Study shows people can't tell from the outside what a building is on the inside. -- London's next tallest building and a new community for Manchester - if those pesky preservationists and politicians don't get in the way. -- New African American Cultural Center destined to be crown jewel in Pittsburgh's cultural district. -- The man designing the tallest buildings ("Adrian who?"). -- Wind turbines instead of minarets planned for giant mosque near London's Olympic stadium.




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