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Today's News - November 27, 2006

It's a Koolhaas kind of day: ArcSpace brings us OMA in Seoul. -- Time names him a hero. -- Saffron finds an icy heart in his CCTV HQ. -- Kamin reassesses IIT McCormick Center: "Bones outweigh blemishes." -- GSA backtracks/sidesteps traditionalists vs. modernists controversy (perhaps). -- Cities compete for hipness factor. -- New study shows the 'burbs make people friendlier. -- Strategic thinking gets UniverCity community up and running (but "Arthur was not amused."). -- Creative housing for a state's aging population. -- New Swedish embassy in Washington, DC, "sets an admirable example...as a few other embassy buildings have done." -- Ouroussoff assesses engineering magician Balmond's steps into architecture. -- Mayne's courthouse in Eugene is the "most architecturally important new building in Oregon in decades." -- Heathcote lunches with Rogers, and finds houses by emerging architects "a fascinating snapshot of an extremely rich moment in architecture." -- Campbell finds RISD library like "fresh architectural wine poured into an old bottle." -- Betsky has big plans for Cincinnati skyline. -- A secret nuclear war bunker in Germany will have new life as a museum.

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