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Today's News - January 17, 2007

Green affordable housing project in the Bronx will be a model for the future. -- Simpson walks away from Liverpool project. -- A thumbs-down for Foster's Madison Ave. tower. -- But his Dublin hotel looks like a winner (second story has great images). -- Chicago could win 2016 Olympic bid "for, if nothing else, its novelty." -- King Alfred sports center doesn't look very Gehry-ish, but his towering plans for Hove seafront is an "ambitious and heroic scheme" that "offers identity where none exists." -- Holl's "thrillingly unorthodox" museum extension is "breathtakingly simple." -- Stern gives NYC neoclassical "Architecture with a capital "A." -- Q&A with Libeskind. -- Trend in eco-friendly offices is good news for workers. -- A roundup of notable workplaces. -- A look at Johannesburg's "breath-taking" churches. -- A $2 billion resort for the Bahamas. -- Books: an in-depth look at Korean style, and the history of Israel's passenger ships is an important chapter in modern architecture.

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