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Today's News - December 12, 2005

ArcSpace brings us SANAA in Toledo and Gehry in Manhattan. -- Two powerful editorials take on rebuilding New Orleans, the Gulf Coast, New Urbanists. -- A Katrina Index tracks rebuilding variables. -- Residents riled over FEMA's remapping. -- Prefab just might be a stylish solution to rebuilding neighborhoods. -- Major NYC projects raise the specter of eminent domain. -- Bruegmann's history and benefits of "suburban creep" continue the sprawl controversy. -- Sierra Club offers up its take on the best development projects. -- Shanghai competition and exhibition raises hopes for inspired density. -- A fitting legacy for Charles Atherton. -- Riley's MoMA swan song has a decidedly Spanish accent. -- U.K.'s "Demolition" TV show need not make architects shiver. -- In Washington, DC, reimagining the Mall, and a stand-out tower in a neighborhood that needs it. -- Seattle's new park under a freeway reunites neighborhoods (and offers lessons for others?). -- Gehry on Pitt, paper lamps, and cardboard. -- Hadid wants to take on Miami.




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