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Today's News - January 30, 2007

Los Angeles has a new cultural "living room." -- As urban planners go global, there's more needed than just knowing the local codes. -- While not all are pleased by the "remodeling of Beijing by outsiders," Chinese architects "now have the tools to build great buildings. But without foreign influence, that would have been unthinkable." -- China's tower boom raises concerns about safety and environmental protection. -- In Viet Nam, HCM City needs a plan, but is not quite sure how to go about it (will investors wait?). -- Hawthorne warns that L.A.'s "final frontier" for "post-sprawl urbanism" might not be such a good idea. -- King has high hopes that 5 stellar teams vying for San Francisco tower will come up with "sustainable, elegant urbanity." -- A pioneering housing development (only 7 years old) set to bite the dust. -- NYC is losing its pedestrian edge. -- Kamin hopes plans for Chicago pedestrian bridges fill "the gap between utility and art." -- Portland's love affair with public transportation takes to the sky. -- Botta: the starchitect under the radar. -- A modern building in Boston is a model for infill buildings in historic neighborhoods. -- A free e-book on sustainability for the building industry. -- USC's new architecture dean plans to blend the best of both East and West. -- Jaquelin Robertson takes the Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture. -- Deadline looms to vote for your favorite City of the Future. -- A Wright home "that's a lesson in making a small house a work of art" can be yours for $2 million.

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