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Today's News - December 5, 2005

ArcSpace brings us Coop Himmelb(l)au in South Korea. -- Examining the ramifications of New Urbanism for the Gulf Coast and contemporary architecture. -- Can skyscrapers cause earthquakes? -- An end-of-the-year list of new architectural "wonders of the world" (and why). -- Britain builds ever higher. -- "Floating" zoning codes on a Connecticut riverfront allow creative redevelopment of former industrial sites. -- A new children's hospital in London that "actually manages to raise your spirits." -- Art Institute of Chicago adds to its expansion plans (rooftop view, no charge). -- In Philadelphia: What's up with Free Library expansion plans? -- Kimmel suit cites architect; is it really about not producing the Bilbao effect (can you sue for that)? -- A Canadian-born architect on the rise and "on a mission to create better housing in Britain." -- Tropical Green conference looks at sustainable building in tropical zones. -- Wright's School of Architecture under scrutiny (again?). -- By popular demand: skiing in Dubai, and the man making it all happen.




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