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Today's News - December 22, 2006

EDITOR'S NOTE: We are taking a (much needed) holiday break...ANN will be back Tuesday, January 2. It's been a great year - our thanks and CHEERS to you all!!! ----- News not on the web (yet): Koolhaas/OMA wins competition to design Shenzhen Stock Exchange HQ (in rendering, we don't see even one canted/curved/angled wall). -- Norten wins big again - this time in New Orleans (sorry Gehry, Hadid, Libeskind). -- Person of the year: the man making China green. -- Calatrava's Chicago tower "has regained some of the whirring, twisting look"; receives "far more positive reviews." -- Is Chicago going to end up with an inferiority complex with the "largest building on Earth in the postage stamp called Dubai?" -- According to Slatin and Saffron, this a bad time for good buildings in New York and Philadelphia. -- A Las Vegas icon of kitsch gets a second chance. -- Hong Kong "hovels" to get facelifts as the city puts more focus on preservation and reuse. -- A "health-integrated residential tower" for Dubai (looks beautiful, but we could find no mention of architect). -- National Organization of Minority Architects lauded by American Institute of Architects. -- Another thumbs-up for "Frank's Home" in Chicago (heading to NYC in January).

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