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Today's News - December 15, 2005

EDITOR'S NOTE: Our apologies for yesterday's strange format and sender's name; we switched over to a dedicated server and hit a few technical glitches (click "Yesterday's News" to see the real thing). ----- An EOI to design an Algerian mosque for 40,000. -- An intriguing proposal for San Francisco's Treasure Island. -- A Texan with Titanic plans for Belfast waterfront. -- Hadid presents changes in plans for Bilbao neighborhood. -- Foster takes on tallest tower west of Toronto. -- A new San Francisco tower is an "urbane success." -- WTC 9/11 memorial pools to be smaller than twin tower footprints. -- A Starck design for Branson's New Mexico spaceport. -- Harlem's Apollo Theater a jewel in lights again. -- An initiative to preserve Bermuda's architectural heritage. -- The hunt for new MoMA Chief Curator of Architecture and Design is on, and it really does matter who takes the post. -- A review of possible candidates (with some surprises). -- Scientific American's Top 50 list of innovators includes green architects. -- University of Seoul to take on digital architecture that "will contribute to developing the construction industry in Korea."




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