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Today's News - February 12, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Amsterdam and Culver City. -- Is sustainability planning's redemption or curse? -- Edinburgh's distinctive character at risk. -- Milwaukee's urban visions being trampled by NIMBYism and bully developers. -- A lack of creativity in Toronto's gentrification. -- In Chicago and Sacramento County, a call for the public to take a more active role in building booms. -- Why "elitist architects" shouldn't conduct public opinion polls. -- Wanted: 49 planners and engineers for Wood Buffalo, Canada. -- A new mega city-within-a-city in UAE sands. -- Four remain in the running for San Francisco's Transbay tower. -- The latest chapter in UC Irvine's architectural evolution, and farewells to its Gehry-designed "postmodern mash-up." -- Glancey's ode to Aalto channeled by Ban. -- Hughes's ode to Barcelona and its unsung architects. -- America's only Hundertwasser opens to the public. -- Some are thrilled, others not about Boston's first Apple flagship store. -- Seven shortlisted for 2007 Mies van der Rohe Award. -- New Robert Moses tome is "wonderfully insightful" (and no whitewashing).

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