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Today's News - December 13, 2005

Moscow water park tragedy: who's to blame? -- Brit's a bit schizophrenic over most loved/hated buildings (and lists of both). -- Some big guns invited to compete in (another) massive Dubai project. -- Art and condos possibly the future for Montreal grain silos. -- Scotland's Lighthouse a blueprint for U.K. "network of innovation centres." -- In Manhattan, Foster's Hearst tower "the most beautiful skyscraper to go up in New York since 1967" (that one by SOM). -- Universities everywhere taking on "green" mantles (but you have to dig to find out who the architects are). -- NYC library gem back on the map. -- A lament for the passing of London's double-deckers. -- Plans finally abandoned for Serpentine "green mountain." Calls for entries: manual for earthquake resistant housing in Kashmir, and Shelter in a Cart. -- Karim Rashid's futuristic prefab sure to wow them in Toronto. -- Foreigner's "swamp" competition to design tsunami memorial design in Thailand. -- A rather schizophrenic take of Sudjic's "The Edifice Complex."




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