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Today's News - December 18, 2006

ArcSpace brings us SANAA in Japan, a detailed exhibition of the New York Times HQ in NYC, and TEN Arquitectos on home ground in Mexico City. -- Toronto issues another RFQ for another portion of its waterfront. -- It looks like London will launch design competitions for 2012 Olympics after all. -- Citizens in Moscow and Shenzhen push back when pushed to get out. -- A Toronto exhibition offers a concise and compelling display of China's urban revolution. -- If Brighton rejects Gehry, other cities will question our sanity." -- Those who reject RMJM in St. Petersburg "are living in the past." -- A Houston artist creates a bold experiment in community building (literally and figuratively). -- Glancey calls for new buildings to be "part of a much wider, wilder world." -- King explores 3 libraries "shaped by the aspirations of each city." -- Rudolph's Micheelses house in Connecticut faces the wrecking ball. -- Campbell cheers home team design winners. -- Two Boston architects are "an odd choice" to create a 9/11 memorial. -- Maya Lin's Vietnam Veterans Memorial takes AIA 25 Year Award. -- Kamin, Hawthorne, and BusinessWeek tally up the best of 2006.

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