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Today's News - Friday, November 30, 2007

Ouroussoff positively gushes over New York's New Museum. -- Gardner is not quite so kind. -- Miami Art Museum will look like no other. -- A scathing report on Moscow's appetite for destruction. -- Farrell to be Thames Gateway design champion (but will be "a basket case that no wants to go near"?). -- Gehl sets his sights on Sydney. -- Perhaps he should take on Denver's Colfax Avenue. -- Trump's £1 billion golf-course plans in Scotland get scotched. -- Ohr-O'Keefe Museum rising like a phoenix. -- Arup's urban strategy leader takes on China. -- Hume is in awe of Toronto construction tarpaulin. -- Meanwhile, many of the city's historic facades are suffering. -- Cheers to the winners: An eyeful of BW/Architectural Record 2007 Awards. -- Design-Build Awards. -- LEAF Awards (though a bit short on crediting the architects). -- Holiday book picks from King and Binney. -- Q&A with Silber re: "Architecture of the Absurd." -- South Africa gets a new online green 'zine.

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