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Today's News - March 19, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Mecanoo's theater and conference center in Spain, and Maltzan's skid row housing in L.A. -- A call for planners to have more respect for their craft and their cities. -- Hopefully, that will apply to plans for building a new California city of 70,000 from scratch. -- A sociologist argues that "today's leading architects learned the wrong lessons from modernism's mistakes" and need to "re-engage with the life of cities." -- Is Chicago's mayor channeling Robert Moses's darker side? -- Architecture as one of Europe's most visible exports. -- Will starchitect power win the bet on high-end housing in Brooklyn? -- "Vancouver style" is a winner for housing project in San Diego. -- A 1920s packing house in Claremont, CA, to be reborn as "a regional museum of international significance." -- Kamin revisits architecture's "green guerrilla" with a Q&A with McDonough. -- Universal design may never become law, but should lead "to different ways of thinking about design." -- St Pancras station signals the rebirth of the golden age of rail travel. -- Another take on why Boston's City Hall is worth saving. -- Protech takes on the mantel of developer (and hopes he can afford to live there). -- What made Aalto "the kinder, gentler face of modernism." -- RFQ to remodel FC Barcelona stadium. -- Campbell finds Zagreb exhibit "proves something we often forget: A city is an organism, as alive as any other ecosystem." -- We picked a few (above), but here's link to the entire NYT special real estate magazine.

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