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Today's News - December 8, 2005

A tribute to a mastermind behind Washington's monumental development. -- Not all residents of Biloxi (and elsewhere along the Gulf Coast) not happy with New Urbanists' rebuilding plans and priorities. -- Clemson University's modern design for architecture center under the gun (again), called a sore thumb and out of tune. Berlin reconstructs a landmark stadium "while meticulously preserving its Nazi heritage." -- Advice for Denver Justice Center design jury: Do not be afraid. -- Canadian RCMP Heritage Centre breaks ground. -- Austrain wine spa resort "already on the to-do list for architectural pilgrims." -- Japanese can age gracefully with Finnish help. -- Japanese architect behind falsified quake resistance data is a no-show at hearings. -- Are the starchitects of the future among the 2005 AR Awards for Emerging Architecture? -- Rybczynski reviews Washington's monuments. -- Report from Stockholm's FutureDesignDays. -- No news link (yet), but word has it that Koolhaas is tapped to design 2006 Serpentine Gallery pavilion.


 

 

 

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