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Today's News - Tuesday, November 6, 2007

In 25 years, will current museum building binge seem brilliant or foolish? -- Harvard opts for museum renovation instead of new building. -- Chipperfield tapped by another U.S. museum. -- New Uris Center at the Met Museum makes one "happy to be there." -- The stars turned out for Yale conference to debate modern vs. traditional in religious design. -- New Orleans post-Katrina styles: Strom, Defensive, Defiant, and Do Good. -- U.K. university to investigate how architecture can bring divided cities together. -- In Russia, a new center for autistic children is "an oasis of individuality and exuberance" and a "turning point for post-Soviet Russian architecture" (and pix to prove it!). -- Green roof atop Academy of Sciences "transcends the division between nature and culture." -- MIT's Stata Center causing Gehry static. -- New Yorkers have some game ideas to tame traffic. -- Portland's decades-old bike culture is building a cycling economy. -- A humble ranch raised to new architectural heights. -- Campbell on America's first starchitect. Calls for entries (and big cash prizes): a new Estonian Academy of Arts, and Bicentennial Towers for Mexico City.


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