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Today's News - November 3, 2006

Griffith Observatory exhibits are designed to build an appetite for discovery. -- Q&A with Piano: whether his Whitney is uptown or down, he's happy. -- Farrelly has nine hypotheses on how/why Sydney "has Botoxed away much of its own character." -- Hume fumes (twice) about Toronto's dysfunction. -- But he applauds Ryerson University's choice of an A-list team. -- Though it has many critics, International Style still offers lessons for modern builders of social housing. -- Rybczynski explores what SOM has done for American architecture. -- Vermont architects get serious about affordable, green housing. -- Roche returns to Dublin. -- A Manhattan skyline approved in Spain (no mention of architect(s), but image is really scary). -- Call for entries: Berkeley Prize 2007 Essay Competition. -- Dytham on Tokyo Design Week and what makes Japan's design scene so interesting abroad. -- Weekend diversions: An ''immersion weekend'' of everything Wright in Buffalo. -- A lost - and all but forgotten - Noguchi is full of unfortunate ironies in New York. -- Ito in Tokyo. -- Movie stars to channel Wright and Sullivan in Chicago.

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