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Today's News - October 10, 2006

It's a Denver kind of day: ArcSpace brings us spectacular photos of Libeskind's Denver Art Museum. -- Opinions by Kamin, King, and Voelz Chandler about the new addition include soaring highs and lamentable lows. -- MacMillan's take on losing Holl courthouse: a "blow" to Denver's national standing. -- It's a case of city-says-he-says as to why Holl pulled out. -- Dunlop has high hopes for Miami Art Museum (even though location is poor choice). -- Goldberger offers lessons in how to use - and not use - Gehry. -- Ouroussoff on Foster's new Madison Ave. tower: it may infuriate some, but no denying it's a marvel. -- Pei's return to China "a possible swan song and a second chance." -- Kamin minces no words about Chicago's new, "bloated" mega-mansions. -- Becker begs to differ -- or at least considers it a bit of "reverse snobbery." -- Hadid to Glancey: "I don't do nice." -- Dyckoff offers Stirling odds. -- NYT's Design 2006 special (many articles, you pick). -- Two we choose: Muschamp on cloud buildings now "wafting across urban skies. -- Two takes on Kundig's industrial strength dream buildings. -- Whimsical winners from around the world in British beach hut competition.

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