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Today's News - March 7, 2007

How could we resist Gehry musing on his Abu Dhabi adventure? (It "won't be is Bilbao-lite.") -- How much the Louvre name is really worth. -- Another Rudolph under threat. -- Hawthorne applauds Maltzan's optimistic architecture for homeless housing. -- Dyckhoff applauds hip British architects showing how "the homely virtues of the past can improve the way we live today" at London's Ideal Home. -- A dilapidated Vermont waterfront now a civic jewel. -- A new campus jewel by Legorreta for Texas A&M in Qatar. -- Another Chicago tower for Gang? -- A look at Kansas City's new glittering curtain wall. -- Jan Gehl's spaces between spaces. -- Architecture for Humanity wows them in Doha. -- For Ouroussoff, Matta-Clark retrospective in NYC "should be required viewing for any architect born in the age of the computer screen." -- Australian architecture on view in San Francisco. -- And yet another take on "Architecture of Happiness." -- Colorful winners in Dulux Colour Awards. -- Call for abstracts: "Sustainable Solutions, Focus on Africa" for November conference.

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