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Today's News - November 28, 2005

ArcSpace brings us Holl in Denmark and Viñoly in North Carolina. -- Sustainable reconstruction on the Gulf Coast is not a utopian dream. -- Melbourne's "unruly citizens" are not happy with high-density developments in their 'burbs. -- The editorial back-and-forth about Cork's urban design (or lack thereof) continues. -- My Home:Our Place program to explore the future of housing and neighborhoods in northeast U.K. -- American McMansions spreading like an alien weed. -- Dubai is the "largest architectural experiment on earth." -- Switzerland is "heaven, as built by architects." -- Two (dare we say gushing) thumbs-up's for Hadid's new Phaeno Science Center in Germany. -- An impressive civic project in San Jose - except for the egg in the middle. -- Dublin's Parnell Square to become more people-friendly. -- BBC's marriage made in architectural heaven going sour. -- San Francisco's new Museum of the African Diaspora is a tapestry of humanity. -- Modernism meets an old barn in the best of ways. -- Bogus earthquake data scandal in Japan spreads (and closes down several new hotels). -- Call for papers for sustainable development research conference - deadline draws near. -- Book reviews: Sudjic and Jencks: are celebrity architects "visionaries or vassals?" -- Antonelli's "Humble Masterpieces" a welcome departure from highbrow design.




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