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Today's News - March 23, 2006

Top 10 list of planning issues of 2005. -- Controversy about aesthetics and tolerance in spate of new mosque construction across Europe. -- Louisville's OMA-designed Museum Plaza called "an anvil on stilts" just waiting to tip over. -- Moscow is optimistic about its Foster-designed 118-story tower (and sustainable elements). -- Demolition begins on Philadelphia's Liberty Pavilion, with pieces being sent to Anchorage for 9/11 memorial park. -- Chicago's coolest offices. -- Donald Judd's Manhattan loft building to be reborn. -- In a profession known for "eating its young," some young architects veer from traditional career path. -- An oasis of privacy to arrive on NYC streets - but it will cost you a quarter. -- A different NYC design trend: damn privacy - show off your bathtub! -- A Chicago initiative to preserve and improve its bungalow neighborhoods. -- A panel of researches to explore the impact of architectural lighting on cancer. -- A|L Light & Architecture Design Awards call for entries. -- Another thumbs-up for MoMA's take on Spain's new architecture.

EXHIBITION: Barcelona in Progress




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