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Today's News - February 19, 2007

ArcSpace in the Netherlands and Chile. -- Cleveland picks yet another foreign architect. -- While "architecture and urban planning have become critical tools in shaping" a new New Orleans, Ouroussoff is wary of public housing plans. -- Perhaps there are lessons is starchitect-studded public housing in Madrid. -- Cardboard emergency shelters become more viable. -- Toronto's green blueprint hopes to give Chicago a run for its money. -- Hume notes the "edifice complex" is being "tempered by the sustainability reflex." -- How smaller projects can overcome green certification obstacles. -- As plans stand now, Ouroussoff bemoans that the Freedom Tower would be "a constant reminder of our loss of ambition." -- St. Petersburg's Gazprom tower plans continue to irk foes. -- L.A. river plan needs more magic and muscle. -- A call for urban design guidelines to temper Calcutta's skyline. -- As Warsaw's Stalinist Palace of Culture, "part Empire State Building, part Socialist Realism," finds new uses (not all are pleased). -- A new concert hall sounds great, architecture unfulfilling. -- A French architect is an "urban chameleon." -- Detroit is perfect setting for "Shrinking Cities." -- Another gracious tribute to Hans J. Wegner.

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