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Today's News - February 2, 2007

In their own words: how Gehry, Hadid, Nouvel, and Ando envision their cultural venues in Abu Dhabi. -- Boddy outlines what Vancouver can learn from Seattle. -- Debunking myths about sprawl and our car-happy culture. -- Inner-ring suburbs push for renewal. -- A raft of new ideas floated for L.A. River. -- Copycat claim for a Dutch project, praise for Perth sorta-look-alike. -- Q&A with Tigerman: urges architects to do good and build green. -- Yale wants to be the greenest (it rated B+ in sustainability report we posted yesterday). -- Gehry's mega-project in Utah (this time with images). -- University of California, Irvine tears its Gehry down. -- A critic changes his mind about new courthouse in North Carolina. -- And yet another thumbs-up for Libeskind's adventure in Denver. -- Quebec Order of Architects names 30 finalists for Architecture Awards of Excellence (and you can vote for your fave). -- Impressive long list vying for 2007 Gulbenkian Prize. -- Weekend diversions: Ouroussoff offers high praise for Robert Moses exhibitions. -- "The Green House" proves sustainability doesn't mean one has to live "in a contraption of tubes and tanks, or a yurt."

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