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Today's News - January 16, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Hadid in Leipzig. -- Recommendations continue to stream in for rebuilding New Orleans. -- Lessons for L.A. from Shanghai. -- This is - and isn't - Foster's day: he builds green in Berlin. -- There's high praise for his gherkin but it should have been built elsewhere. -- And it's a Foster scheme that threatens Edinburgh's World Heritage Site status. -- A particularly critical critique of Calatrava. -- A critical look at a Philadelphia condo tower and its place in history. -- Cornell lands funds for Johnson Museum expansion. -- AIA honors architecture, interiors, and urban design. -- One award raises some hackles (about taking credit, anyway). -- An eloquent argument and an elegant precedent for restoring Chicago's Pilgrim Baptist. -- The next Venice Biennale will take a global look at urban planning. -- Calatrava on view in California.




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