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Today's News - October 2, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Koolhaas at Cornell and Piano in Manhattan. -- Architecture magazine sees its end of days. -- A Melbourne redevelopment plan has architects up in arms. -- Tokyo has Robert Moses-like plans for a quirky neighborhood. -- What the U.S. could learn from Europe when it comes to horizontal urban surfaces. -- Two takes on Libeskind in Denver: Hawthorne gives museum addition a thumbs-up on the outside; but inside, Knight finds the "wow!" factor morphs into the "huh?" factor. -- Things are looking up for London's Oxford Street. -- A look at grand new visions for New York City schools. -- Two visions to redevelop Princeton Junction station area have very different timelines. -- A new church on track to be first in Canadian to merit LEED silver. -- Modernizing a classic in Colorado Springs. -- CABE wants fitness built into new buildings. -- Winning team announced in Charlottesville "What is Neighborhood?" competition. -- Hume on Turning Torso: condo as tourist attraction. -- Is there a Graves-designed Michael Hotel in store for Singapore? -- Australia looks at the State of Design 2006 with Lab.3000. -- Call for EOI in 2nd International Architecture Competition for Sustainable Housing.

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