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Today's News - November 30, 2005

Eminent domain may take a really big bite out of Florida town (but lots of room for yachts). -- Plan for Johannesburg's inner city raises preservationists' hackles and questions about transparency and how far preservation should go "without stifling growth and innovation." -- A call for architects to make a difference in the Philippines. -- Lower Manhattan's newest office tower breaks ground (finally). -- Another Manhattan neighborhood gets Johnson/Ritchie "leftover" instead of groundbreaking design. -- Another (mostly) thumbs-up for Hadid's Phaeno Science Center. -- A tech company builds a remarkable rural commercial building in Massachusetts. -- A British children's theater is all glamour and glass - that's what the kids want. -- Piano project in Cologne is "flowing, transparent, anatomical." -- Neighbors not crazy to have an art collector's "gift" of an Ando. Designers embracing objectives, not just objects. -- Call for nominations for 2006 Barrier-Free America Award. -- Maltese firm sweeps heritage awards. -- A new leader takes the helm of Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. -- Utzon grandson "not afraid to try his hand at an icon."




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