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Today's News - December 22, 2005

A call for "passive survivability" measures to be included in building codes. -- A lesson from New Orleans for Philadelphia (and other cities) looking to build downtown casinos. -- Rust belts the new suburban America. -- Scandal in Japan grows from dangerous to "catastrophic" defects (and architects raided on TV). -- Liverpool's futuristic Fifth Grace under fire (and a showcase of images). -- Hadid's Roman museum delayed by budget. -- It's back to the drawing board for Sligo project that has been a three-year "exhausting process." -- Viñoly's University of Arizona science center costs rise, but return on investment may make it worthwhile. -- Hawthorne's review of 2005 (only slightly depressing). -- Tibet to restore a 600-year-old treasure (we needed some good news!).




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