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Today's News - January 4, 2006

Ottawa is taking urban design seriously. -- For projects in South Boston and Middletown, CT, architectural ideals, not big budgets, can change lives and a city. -- In London, so can architects' own offices. -- Housing will transform the look and feel of Baltimore in '06. -- Report says Thames Gateway housing plans are "monotonous and characterless" and not many will want to live there. -- A look at China's new architectural wonders. -- Shortlist announced for the redesign of Morecambe, UK's central promenade. -- de Young Museum's architecture puts the art first (with eye-popping design). -- A new Kansas City museum will spotlight advertising icons. -- The Getty Villa's "visceral and conceptual" transformation almost ready for its close-up (there's sure to be lots of pundits pouncing in the next few weeks). -- University of Cincinnati's new rec center is "thrilling and complex architecture." -- Architects reveal their ideals for Denver's massive justice center. -- Concern over demolition of mid-century Modern in Malta. -- Preservationists and developers duking it out over New York's East River industrial waterfront. -- An architect launches website to combat global warming. -- MoMA's Riley heads for Miami to head museum instead of architecture firm (it's in his contract).




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