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Today's News - December 6, 2006

We lose a chronicler (and prickly critic) of Modernism. -- The first (of what we're sure will be many) reviews of Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art. -- Urban Design Awards bode well for London, Ontario. -- Seattle wants to improve the building design review process (if only everyone could agree). -- Libeskind plan for Denver's Civic Center has new voices sounding off with ideas. -- Louisville's Museum Plaza gets more expansive - and expensive. -- Gehry's Princeton library opening delayed. -- Plans for Perth tower get a makeover, hopefully with a bit more "originality and flair." -- The pressure is on to preserve Neutra's Cyclorama at Gettysburg. -- Shanghai cathedral to be restored (or just prettified?). -- U.S. architects better have deep pockets if they want to take part in 2010 Shanghai World Expo. -- It's Rogers vs. Ikea's BoKlok houses (and a traditionalist calls them architects who "can't resist getting their sticky fingers all over housing." -- Hawthorne sees big bucks for Case Study homes as "an effective mechanism for preservation." -- Q&A with Moriyama. -- Scully reflects on Johnson's Glass House. -- An "iPad" for Dubai: "Why do buildings have to be static objects?" (no, it doesn't spin).

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