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Today's News - December 5, 2006

Paris has a shortlist for courthouse design. -- Hawthorne gives a thumbs-up (with reservations) to Mayne's Oregon courthouse: "his first unreservedly great building." -- Is Gazprom City "corn on the cob" or is everyone just over-reacting? -- Finally! New Orleans has a planning chief. -- Perhaps he should review the Memphis Model for neighborhood housing. -- A good-news week for 2012 Olympics design with Ricky Burdett as design advisor, Peter Cook as "design savior," and Nicholas Serota as design champion. -- Possible bad news for U.K. listed buildings as the future of "one of the most joyous English buildings of the early 1960s" takes a possibly very dark turn. -- Architects go underground for solutions to expanding historic buildings. -- Vitra adds yet more starchitects to its now-they're-stars-designed campus. -- A study that paves the way for a useful comparative policy dialogue on urban areas between the U.S. and U.K. -- Turrell takes on Toronto. -- Traveling prefab show struts its stuff at Yale. -- An architect working to commemorate his father's art. -- Lots of calls for entries: ULI Awards for Excellence; Young Architects who have "Proof"; young architects who want to design a villa in the Bahamas; and presentations for ASLA conference.

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