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Today's News - October 19, 2006

Philip Johnson synagogue deconstructed; avant-garde ensemble of aesthetic and ritual objects finds a new home. -- Gehry is a bold choice for Philadelphia; and he's a big part of big plans in St. Louis. -- Chicago architects invited to rethink Navy Pier (but will they all get along?). -- Doomed De Portzamparc plan for NYC an operatic tragedy. -- Even Safdie is o.k. with dropping the Safdie Plan for West Jerusalem. -- University of Calgary has big, green plans. -- The first cradle-to-cradle house takes shape in Virginia. -- Brooklyn mansions to bite the dust to make way for a supermarket. -- Not all are pleased with mega-resort proposed for British Virgin Islands. -- Glancey sees glorious light in two new galleries, and eyes cinematic towers in Moscow. -- Maki's Kemper Art Museum ready for its close-up. -- Google goes gaga for solar power. -- Report from India on future of healthcare architecture. -- Corrected link to Fast Company's masters of design and their design ethos (our apologies for yesterday's glitch).

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