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Today's News - December 1, 2006

Gerkan's win against German railroad sets "a spectacular precedent" regarding architect's intellectual property rights. -- Tampa selects Saitowitz for new museum. -- Churning changes in New York's museum world. -- Ikea launches affordable prefab homes in U.K. -- King is (mostly) positive about restored piers on San Francisco's Embarcadaro, but "they also leave us wanting more." -- Mayne responds to Kaplan critique of Cornfield Park proposal (typos and all). -- Libeskind in Israel. -- Heatherwick's making magic in Britain (just check out the slide show!). -- The double-edged sword that is China's building boom. -- Corbu's final project finally finished in Firminy. -- Duke University's new healing environment. -- The 7 characteristics of therapeutic landscapes. -- Weekend diversions: Contemporary Japanese Architecture 1996-2006 and Toy Ito in Tokyo. -- Green architecture in Germany goes on world tour. -- Who could resist two Manhattan shows of Saul Steinberg's views of the world? -- A movie about an architect starts off as a "potentially enlightening exploration of urban development" - but misses the mark.

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