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Today's News - January 18, 2006

Endless traffic in New York; the city needs its own London Plan. -- Calatrava as Valencia's own Gaudí. -- A conversation with Ban and Machado and Silvetti about their temporary and permanent museums in California. -- Q&A with Piano in Atlanta. -- New Denver hotel not only sleek, but a welcome addition to "civic conversation" on the street. -- Coupland sees his new Toronto park as "a giant sandbox full of topographic opportunity." -- Ritchie's take on healthcare design has something to do with parrots. -- Europe and Asia leading the way in hot new retail design. -- New videoconferencing system a virtual reality where "architecture itself becomes a communications technology" (almost as costly as the real thing). -- Call for nominations for preservation awards. -- A long-overdue acknowledgement of American architects who have made "important aesthetic and social contributions to the nation." -- On view: Adjaye in U.K., Aalto in Jakarta. -- Architecture is among the 12 most intriguing things for 2006 (not all the architects are named, however).




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