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Today's News - January 23, 2006

ArcSpace brings us a construction update on Eisenman's City of Culture. -- New Orleans and Gulf Coast rebuilding: Is smart growth really smart? Is New Urbanism not new enough? -- Lessons for Texas island in Florida New Urbanist resort developments. -- Architects working faster are changing the way they work. -- Adjaye claims too many public buildings alienate the public. -- Kamin claims Chicago's Navy Pier makeover plans by a Canadian firm "suffer an advanced case of tackiness, with lethal doses of future schlock" (McPier couldn't find a good enough architect in Chicago?). -- Foster's Hearst tower brings New York some much-needed "architectural chutzpah." -- Meanwhile, he has to tighten his belt at home. -- Koolhaas snags commission for Cornell College of Architecture, Art and Planning. -- Modifications made to Calatrava's Chicago spire might get it moving faster. -- Getty Villa makeover is "misguidedly slathered still more artifice." -- New York's former lunatic asylum made over for luxury living. -- Chipperfield's attention to the bottom line has Anchorage museum moving along smoothly.




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