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Today's News - January 9, 2006

ArcSpace takes a look at Bilbao exhibition and a Nouvel book. -- Another take on rebuilding New Orleans - stop fighting nature. -- Preservation of modern architecture a hot topic in Berlin, U.K., and NYC (Muschamp has a most intriguing take on 2 Columbus Circle). -- Requiems for a Chicago jewel by Adler & Sullivan. -- Is a Kansas project truly New Urbanism, or just a new name for over-development? -- In Manhattan, Foster takes on the "impossible task of rescuing the high-rise from creative exhaustion" - and is winning. -- In the U.K., Swansea's new museum may really put the city on the cultural map. -- Want to bypass planners? Design invisible houses. -- Ontario pro's send up warning flags about new building codes. -- Another (mostly) thumbs-up for Sudjic's "Edifice Complex." -- An interesting look at the wives behind the starchitects. -- It took awhile, but public art back in fashion in Melbourne.




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