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Today's News - January 17, 2005

ArcSpace takes us to Harlem, NY, and London. -- Conference focuses on potential urban disasters. -- Green building guidelines free online. -- Study looks at viability of convention centers as economic engines. -- A new approach to public housing for seniors in Minneapolis. -- Seattle learns to love towers. -- New Danish opera house leaves its architect sad. -- For the EU, "a shimmering architectural icon - the kind of building that should give the central bank a much-needed air of élan." -- No more stodgy image for Salvation Army HQ. -- Pedestrian bridges for Chicago: some more pedestrian than others. -- Five architects who "reign in Spain." -- L.A. architecture's favorite "bad boy" now a favorite with the Feds. -- Flying saucer house flies to a new home. -- Exhibition highlights open urban spaces free from fear. -- Competition winners: cradle-to-cradle housing, and a guest house/studio by emerging professionals.

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