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Today's News - February 10, 2006

Chicago's Trump Tower begins to rise, but it's too soon to tell whether it will be a beauty or a beast. -- Mississauga skyscraper competition yields some exiting possibilities, but will it end up opting for "dowdy" and routine? -- New government building on Cardiff Bay in Wales is a symbol of "transparent democracy." -- Moscow's Melnikov House under siege. -- High hopes to light up the Thames for 2012 Olympics. -- An assessment of "the legacy of one of the 20th century's greatest creative duos." -- Barnes's Haystack School lands on the National Register of Historic Places. -- Chicago's big garden show snags some big names. -- On view: in Tokyo, Japan's "high priest of heavy concrete style"; in NYC, some of Spain's rising architectural stars.




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