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Today's News - September 19, 2006

A fitting tribute to a landscape architect who left his mark on every corner of Israel. -- It's a Miami kind of day: H&deM win museum project. -- Norten's 3 projects are "brothers from different fathers." -- A look at who else is shaping starchitect-struck Miami (more like who isn't?). -- A look at India's modern architectural wonders (and a warning to avoid kitsch). -- Cleveland's Breuer tower may bite the dust because debate "has been absolutely anemic." -- Koolhaas takes on Jersey City and his alma mater. -- Speaking of schools: Praise for Harvard's "final split with its old flame: red brick." -- Princeton's arts neighborhood taking shape. -- Carnegie Mellon's Gates Center sees lots of zinc and LEED Gold in its future. -- The Netherlands goes with the flow with floating buildings. -- EDAW Melbourne wins big in Abu Dhabi. -- Washington, DC's new Swiss Residence is "worth a celebratory yodel or two." -- Calthorpe wins big for "redefining the models of urban and suburban growth in America." -- Hadid is "chatty and open, if not particularly warm." -- We couldn't resist this headline: "Appetite showing as investors relish offer of Gherkin."

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