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Today's News - December 11, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Arquitectonica in the Bronx, and hot cars in Denmark. -- Economy + tall buildings = skyscraper curse. -- Kamin hopes Calatrava rethinks the new "buzz cut" top of his Chicago tower ("a sky-high letdown"). -- Hawthorne finds Boston's ICA "a machine for looking." -- Campbell on why the ICA is a "watershed" and the city is so ready for such "audacious" architecture. -- Ouroussoff, Crosbie, and Bernstein are all thumbs-up for restored Kahn gallery at Yale. -- Dunlop is up in arms about potential loss of landmarked Miami race track. -- Now that cohousing has a track record, it's beginning to catch on. -- Glancey wants to dawdle on Balmond's bridge. -- It's booming in the billions in Dubai. -- The underside of building boom in India. -- A day with Duany in New Orleans ("I am not one of the genius architects. I write codes"). -- Q&A with Renzo Piano. -- Brown takes AIA Topaz. -- Big urbanism - and the rest of 2006 in ideas.

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