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Today's News - January 19, 2006

We lose an architect with a civic heart, and an architectural critic whose words we will most certainly miss. -- Snøhetta redesigns for Ground Zero. -- Battles brew for Brooklyn waterfront. -- Highlights from the International Builders' Show with an emphasis on storm safety. -- "Storybook Spanish Revival" tweaks Santa Barbara tradition. -- New Bronx library is designed with optimism tempered by realism. -- Oklahoma City opens an architectural gem with hopes it will put the city on the international architectural map. -- High hopes that new museum in NYC will include "the kind of architecture shows we so desperately crave." High hopes for Ando high rise in Shanghai. -- Rising British starchitect making subtle waves. -- First American wins $100,000 Driehaus Prize.




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