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Today's News - February 5, 2007

ArcSpace brings us another view of Abu Dhabi cultural projects and Alsop in London. -- Meanwhile, Burj Dubai skyscraper is all bones (new skin to arrive shortly). -- Fraser resigns from A+DS claiming PPP school designs are "catastrophically poor." -- de Botton's development plans are "put on ice." -- Stanford University suffers from some "mind-numbingly boring" (unattributed) architecture (but the good guys are named). -- The challenges in transforming old shopping malls require more than just a face-lift. -- India hosts a national seminar exploring the need to get shopping malls right. -- Traffic is a pain in L.A. - so what's new? -- Malaysian architects are making waves overseas. -- Two San Francisco projects are "green" on two different scales. -- It's a symbiotic relationship between landscape architect and developer that will make Orange County park truly great. -- A young architect wants to bring Kaliningrad's castle back (along with a new city center). -- Critics come to the defense of Libeskind's Denver museum. -- Not all are betting that the Uffizi expansion will begin. -- The New York architect behind some of the city's most polarizing projects. -- A master of Googie architecture celebrates his 90th. -- An interesting take on Moses: officials have learned that arrogance is a sin, so now "their modus operandi is to appear to care about communities and then go ahead with big development plans anyway." -- Another take on Lutyens' cathedral that never was.

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