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Today's News - March 12, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Gehry's digital visions on view in Copenhagen. -- Czech Chamber of Architects call winning Czech National Library design into question; the jury and UIA disagree. -- We may not make it all the way to "zero waste," but it's worth trying for. -- Environmentalists and farmers face off about new construction in Florida. -- Not all are pleased with a Dutch "Disneyland with asphalt streets" invading Sumava nature reserve. -- Cities need to simultaneously channel Jane Jacobs and Robert Moses to get things done, says Kamin. -- Hawthorne wonders if a wireless L.A. "could prove to be a disconnect, leaving the poor and public spirit behind." -- Green building momentum slowest on the home-building front. -- But green plans sprout for luxury home development (of "mini-mansions") in Utah. -- British conservation groups hail national register to protect historic sites - but how/who is going to be paid for it? -- Campbell revisits Stata Center: it "remains an amazing and, on the whole, excitingly successful place." -- New plan for LACMA's new entrance (why waste all that fresh air?). -- Adrian Smith muses on Burj Dubai, Trump Tower Chicago, his new firm, sustainable architecture, and why he left SOM. -- The man behind Burj Al Alam. -- Goldberger on the Big Dig House and Single Speed Design's singular strategy "to devote most of their time to entering architectural competitions around the world." -- Call for entries: the "X Prize of architecture" - $250,000 Open Architecture Prize. -- The British Construction Industry Awards and the Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award. -- AIA awards Latrobe Prize and 19 Housing Awards. -- Take a 3-D virtual trip through the Brandenburg Gate.

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