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Today's News - December 12, 2006

What constitutes good or bad "messy" urban vitality. - EcoDensity: affordable, sustainable housing based on wise land use. - One of Canada's smartest buildings is a hospital aiming for LEED silver. - A British architect designs his own green home to "prove that you don't have to suffer to be green." - Three new Toronto towers may not be cutting-edge design, but at least they will "rebalance the mix of uses in the wake of a condo boom downtown." - E.T. lands in Texas? No, it's a new billion-dollar stadium for Dallas Cowboys. - Gehry's Miami concert hall is a gutsy attempt to "jolt new life into a languishing art form." - Pelli expansion of Saint Thomas More Chapel at Yale is "stunning." - Two thumbs-up for two V&A projects. - Arch Record picks 10 young design vanguards of 2006. - Q&A with Ray Kappe: sustainable architecture, the future of SCI-Arc, and why he rejects the "living legend" label. - Another take on de Botton's "The Architecture of Happiness." - A look at Gaudi's "almost impossible structures." - Call for entries: Living Steel Architecture Competition for Sustainable Housing (and check out ANN calendar - we have added a number of competitions).

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