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Today's News - January 3, 2006

A new year and much catching up to do ----- ArcSpace takes us to Barcelona and Tokyo. -- Ouroussoff takes on Israel's barrier wall and some of the "bizarre design solutions" it fosters. -- Rybczynski's prognosis for New Orleans is not good. -- Official design guidelines for Ground Zero not yet issued, but designs move forward. -- New Year predictions: budget challenges for good design, and a prayer for no more plate-glass façades. -- A look back, a look ahead: "Narrow visions, not big egos, are the problem." -- Year in review from Canada and U.K. -- Goldberger finds some pleasant surprises in Shanghai. -- NewcastleGateshead at the cultural forefront of urban regeneration. -- A poor Alabama county is rich in modern architecture. -- Why rural museums are struggling: they need to give "more bang for the buck, not more bucks for the same old bang." -- A museum in Leipzig may be unfinished on the outside, but it is spectacular on the inside. -- Nobel Peace Centre is a "a triumph of technology and MTV style."




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