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Today's News - December 14, 2006

Rutgers picks design team to take campus into a green future. -- Pearman takes a stroll through Boston ICA's "anti-icon, post-millennial, anti-blob" architecture, likes what he sees (and gets a scolding). -- Big plans for a renewed and expanded Royal Alberta Museum. -- For Hume, dated rules are destroying good city planning in Toronto. -- A tougher licensing law for architects in Japan. -- A new architecture school for Sioux City. -- Q&A with Romanos: "Environmental and social justice are at the heart of sustainable development." -- Paris says "non" to H&M on the Champs Elysées (no matter that it would be designed by Nouvel). -- Zandberg talks to Shimon Shapiro, "a unique voice in Israeli architecture." -- Moss takes top prize for the "most doable proposal of the bunch" in L.A. City of the Future competition. -- Glancey's architectural review of 2006 includes a "rave from the grave" and "raving mad." -- Rybczynski revels in Tiffany's Laurelton Estate. -- Call for nominations: National Preservation Awards. -- One we couldn't resist: Brangelina tour Falling Water (Brad's so hard to buy for).

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