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Today's News - February 26, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Swiss stars doing triangles in Barcelona. -- An environmental report card for American cities (some surprises, too). -- Nobel takes on the global "lust for height." -- Gazprom's "corncob or carbuncle" is nouveau riche "in the worst way possible." -- King finds Mayne's San Francisco federal building "bravado with an imaginative social conscience." (lots of pix, too). -- A colorful Alsop to adorn Salford skyline. -- Foster teams up with GGLO for a much needed civic plaza for Seattle. -- A Manchester housing estate "has taken to a new level the attention-seeking architecture and rhetoric and branding of modern urban regeneration." -- "Beautifully designed" affordable housing in Minneapolis a step in reclaiming a neighborhood. -- Recyclable cardboard tents for festivals and other uses. -- Saffron on architecture moving into the branding business. -- Glancey on supercasinos: bring on the kitsch instead of pretending they're "decent, worthy elements in the regeneration of our cities." -- Foster does green luxury in Italy for those who "want to be environmentally conscious without too much sacrifice." -- St. Louis airport getting a much needed makeover. -- A riverfront resort in the Ozarks. -- New ways to park cars (inspired by bakery trays). -- Awards for Top 10 Indonesian firms.

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