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Today's News - April 17, 2006

ArcSpace takes us to a new Bilbao hotel that is a perforated "sculpture." -- Kotkin brings us "New Suburbanism." -- Toronto's renaissance: "it's not about buildings, it's about human content." -- Hume (and several others) takes on "What if Toronto..." -- A town square in Maryland gets it right. -- The South Bronx takes inspiration from Bogotá. -- NYC's test cases for really green office towers. -- There's a "cause for hope" at Ground Zero. -- At the Getty Villa in Malibu, new and the old are combined to make the place "superb." is a "wonderful building." -- The Phillips Collection expansion in Washington, DC, suffers from a case of "facadism" (and a few other shortcomings). -- An irreverent British firm offers everything but "facadism"; so what will they do when they hit the big time? -- Young designers stir the pot with ideas for Chicago's Navy Pier. -- Q&A's with a French developer who believes in green, and an American architect in India who lives in a village and plans for the world. -- Deadlines: World Habitat Awards; an international survey of planners; and an interesting job opportunity.

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