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Today's News - November 21, 2006

Peñalosa tells L.A. how it can steer a car-less future. -- In The U.S., the GSA mandates BIM. -- Two very different takes on Piano's Boston tower: real estate pundits are optimistic; and 5 reasons why it's just pie in the sky. -- Chicago Athenaeum issues call for entries to American Architecture Awards. -- Final designs for Beirut Gate submitted; but the project has a Lebanese monument to modernity now facing the wrecking ball. -- Plans to turn a Chicago factory into a market of eco-friendly showrooms. -- Kamin offers up an assortment of architectural news bites. -- It's no longer so easy to personalize your workspace. -- Irish Opus awards show it's still hip to be square. -- It's thumbs-up/thumbs-down as Orchids & Onions awards return to San Diego (and Teddy Cruz could have a second career as witty master of ceremonies). -- King is obsesses with two books about obsession. -- One we couldn't resist: public toilets on Time Square (now there's no excuse not to come to New York!).

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