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Today's News - September 18, 2006

ArcSpace brings us Viñoly in Virginia, and a genetically altered paradise in Copenhagen. -- Heathcote in Venice: Biennale is a "supreme effort" to being architects to reality, but perhaps could do more. -- Glancey in Venice: too many gimmicks, not enough architecture ("Only the US pavilion seemed to have any sense of purpose.") -- Ground Zero and the ever-optimistic planner. -- Report from Denver: MacMillan says Libeskind's museum addition is anything but a folly; and culture expands to the city's suburbs. -- Shanghai's Thames Town wants to be as authentic as possible (pub owner cannot sue). -- Developers around the world building "new architectural zoos should be at least cautiously welcomed." -- Cousteau has big green plans for Hawaii. -- Architects find clients demanding more green. -- Hume continues his lessons-from-Scandinavia series. -- London Design Museum's first director minces no words about its past and future. -- A new novel "skewers the celebrity architect in an age of conspicuous grief." -- Deadlines loom for sustainable design and land development awards. -- Cable TV channel looks to architecture to build an audience. -- Cooper-Hewitt launches people's choice design awards.

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