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Today's News - January 6, 2006

Big business in New Jersey and schools in Oregon go "green" and save greenbacks. -- Low-cost high tech helps bring poor rural areas into the 21st century. -- Super Bowl sparks Detroit's downtown regeneration. -- Cincinnati is a hot spot of architectural "aha" moments. -- Plans for Chicago tower threatens an architectural treasure; called "architectural taxidermy...a Disneyland type of preservation." -- In Japan, first building faces the wrecking ball in earthquake resistance data scandal. -- A rising British star to design Wexford Opera House "conceived as a secret opera house." -- Shabby charm of Philadelphia's Navy Yard is perfect for retailer's corporate identity and aesthetic sensibility. -- Architectural blessing and bomb Forgey blesses Meier's Burda Museum and calls a Washington, DC, project a smart idea that turned into a "schlocky" bomb. -- Stainless steel begins to steal the show in India. -- Ground Zero overseer faces a "daunting trio of tasks." -- Ban's Nomadic Museum being rebuilt in Santa Monica - from scratch (NYC builders were a bit too heavy-handed with their welding). -- Boston design schools are shaping the future of design education. -- Vote for the new Seven Wonders of the World from a shortlist of 21.




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