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Today's News - January 17, 2006

All those "best-of" year-end reviews spark a sharp look at architectural criticism in mainstream media (you mean Muschamp is not the new Mumford?). -- Dublin's Grand Canal Square will include a striking "red carpet" (with pictures to prove it). -- Abandoned hospitals into housing, but not without battles between developers, activists, and preservationists. -- Chicago color-codes its historic buildings (the Wrigley Building isn't landmarked!). -- MiMo motels on Miami's Biscayne Boulevard in for a renaissance. -- Pratt gets a gem of an architecture school by melding the old with the new. -- What will it take to appease a local deity so plans for a mammoth ski resort in India can move ahead? -- Pittsburgh has high hopes for its first new office tower in almost 20 years. -- Chipperfield dares to revive columns. -- A young Arab Israeli architect hones his craft. -- Want to sell condos? Put your starchitect on a billboard (with the building showing - sort of). -- 1946 steel home needs a home - free for the taking (it's the taking part that'll be costly). -- International call for entries for a Market Square in Newport, Wales.




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