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Today's News - December 16, 2005

Word reached us last night that James Ingo Freed has died; there are sure to be tributes made over the next few days - we'll keep you posted. -- Also gone, respected architectural journalist Donald Canty. -- Pittsburgh puts out an international call for design of a gateway pedestrian bridge. -- Denver names its justice center team. -- Tokyo tower scandal grows. -- Foster returns to Ground Zero. -- His master plan for Hong Kong cultural district has top museums vying for space. -- A building for brainiacs at University of Toronto is "intelligent, unconventional architecture." -- Plans to transform anti-aircraft tower in Vienna into art center seems inspired to some, not to others. -- Australia names a State Architect. -- Venturi outs Mies at IIT. -- Exhibit of visions for Chicago's future misses the mark. -- Glasgow to launch Mackintosh Festival in 2006.




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