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Today's News - January 8, 2007

ArcSpace returns with Gehry glamour in Paris, a green Oppenheim tower in Miami, and lots of images from "Skin + Bones." -- Some are still not glomming to Gehry glamour in Hove. -- Koolhaas calls for boycott of star-studded competitions (we won't hold our breath). -- Thoughtful insights into the ethics involved when buildings fail. -- The collapse of an inflatable roof in Vancouver is an "opportunity to rethink a tired urban landscape." -- Toronto takes delight in its new inflatable dome. -- New Orleans: some repeating mistakes, others finding new solutions. -- Gould offers first-hand lessons in the value of barrier-free design (and we're glad she's back!). -- Universal design takes up residence in St. Louis. -- A new book examines the sad history of public housing, "the worst professional crime ever inflicted on Britain." -- Architecture for Humanity continues to offer design solutions for the marginalized. -- A look at the upside of building underground. -- And caution about its vulnerability. -- Campbell hopes Boston's mayor has higher hopes than just a high tower. -- Saffron has high hopes that good architecture is mightier than the gun in a Philadelphia neighborhood. -- Japan leads the way in energy conservation. -- Google picks the godfather of green for new campus. -- 01.08: Happy Birthday, Elvis! (we couldn't resist)

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