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Today's News - February 13, 2006

ArcSpace brings us a most unusual "tower" (you'll either love it or hate it). -- MoMA's "On-Site: New Architecture in Spain" has critics on both sides of the Atlantic a-twitter; architects "flock to land without a Prince Charles." -- Roger's new Madrid airport has "elegance and clarity" despite its size. -- How does he do it? "He never takes no for an answer." -- The story behind Koolhaas's "radical" new skyscraper in Lousiville. -- New Urbanism finds its way to the Ozarks. -- "Eco-modern" finds its way to Connecticut. -- London may lose one of its "magnificent" Victorian treasures. -- A "design economy" taking hold in South Africa. -- Glancey's amusing take on a world of tourist attractions that are either travesties or treasures. -- Malta's Valletta has "certain strange characteristics."




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