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Today's News - November 29, 2006

Traditionalists vs. modernists at the GSA: double-appointment a double-edged sword or a happy compromise? -- Court rules in architect's favor in battle in battle with German railroad over Berlin station design. -- Maybe it will join Glancey's list of the romantic stations on the planet. -- Forget spirals and loops - a tower in Dubai will actually rotate (using solar power, no less). -- First look at Denver's new post-Holl courthouse design. -- A major downsizing of Hadid's 2012 Olympics aquatic center. -- We're getting closer to smog-eating buildings. -- Ouroussoff is mostly positive about the "cool, self-confident air" of MoMA's final phase. -- Pei's inspiration for Qatar Islamic Museum. -- Stockholm sees money, money, money in plans for Abba museum (now, where to put it). -- Kansas City's new face of glass. -- Call for entries for a good cause: a new logo for Architecture For Humanity. -- Kamin looks for connection between tiny cell phone and skyscrapers in Chicago exhibition. -- Becker finds phantoms in "Richard Nickel's Chicago." -- Ouroussoff says "The Fellowship" is "a tawdry, often malicious and occasionally entertaining romp through Wright's long life" -- An "acid satire" about Mussolini's plans to build the tallest building in the world. -- A Top 10 list of planning books.

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