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Today's News - January 22, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Oregon and South China. -- New Orleans (still - or back) in the headlines: Citizens say yes to UNPO. -- Perhaps being smaller is better for the Big Easy. -- Preservationist vs. private home owner flare-ups in N.O. -- China launches multibillion-dollar effort towards greener buildings (let's hope it's for real). -- An Australian firm's "China venture in strife" is a cautionary tale. -- Belfast's tallest building aims to be green. -- Kamin "sees sizzle in skyline" with Calatrava's new take on Chicago spire. -- Dunlop has (mostly) high hopes for Gehry's music box in Miami. -- He won't be doing "a King Kong show-off thing" in Utah, "But some of it will look strange to you. If it doesn't, I'm not doing my job." -- For Hawthorne, new San Diego museum is "impeccably designed," though perhaps a bit "too hushed and well-behaved." -- For Jarmusch, it is "an essential piece of the puzzle that makes for a truly great city." -- Foster's out to raise cash to expand, not to cash out. -- Geuze joins REX in Louisville. -- A drive-in condo on Manhattan's horizon. -- More on Schwartz vs. Harvard. -- Berlin's new train station plagued once again (it's the weather this time). -- An impressive list of 2007 AIA Honors for Collaborative Achievement.

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