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Today's News - January 15, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Meier in L.A. and Holl in Copenhagen. -- New Jersey as poster child for sprawling cities and suburbs gobbling up land. -- Liverpool as "an unprecedented experiment in city building." -- Atlanta's makeover creates swanky neighborhoods. -- A U.K. housing development is model of green living. -- Farrelly bemoans featureless buildings that "steal our humanity." -- It's the "backdrop buildings" going on around L.A.'s star-studded developments that are really building neighborhoods. -- A "colorful" British mayor wants to transform his city's post-industrial landscape into a "designer label town." -- Another piece of "urban splendor" for Shanghai. -- The Louvre out-guggenheims the Guggenheim in Abu Dhabi deal. -- Praise, praise, and more praise for Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park. -- A Rudolph is razed in Connecticut, while plans to raze his Riverview High are called "barbaric." -- The fate of crumbling modernist classic in Glasgow to finally be decided. -- Mayne and the judge - friends forever, as it turns out. -- An impressive list of winners in 2007 AIA Honor Awards. -- National Building Museum presents proposals for a new Globe Theatre that are "smart, fresh and idiosyncratic" and "striking and whimsical and sometimes just a little bit weird."

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