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Today's News - March 5, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Aalto in Ålborg and three Calatrava bridges over the Hoofdvaart. -- Duany's take on rebuilding New Orleans. -- Katrina is a call for better disaster planning everywhere. -- In south London, a regeneration project for one of Europe's largest housing estates. -- Kamin likes Jahn's SRO, but only time will tell if it's "simply a snappy shell or the real deal: humanistic modernism." -- Hume sees Abu Dhabi's architectural antics as an effort to build a sustainable economy before the oil runs out. -- Jerusalem says no to the Safdie Plan. -- Just in time, MIT launches a competition for visionary ideas for the city's future. -- Ouroussoff on architecture's new defensive posture, and Mayne talks post-9/11 design. -- Russell finds Mayne's San Francisco Federal Building "a welcome jolt to a once-charming skyline" that's been "pummeled to dumpiness." -- Two takes on Koolhaas's "hanging tower" in Jersey City. -- Brits win competition to design Czech National Library in Prague. -- High hopes for future of early Gehry mall in Santa Monica. -- His new hotel in Spain is "a marvelous creature" (we chose mostly for the slide show). -- Glancey picks his favorite "weird and wonderful" buildings. -- Johnson's Fort Worth Water Gardens reopens (a lot safer this time). -- Up for review, Taliesin school hopes to keep accreditation.

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