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Today's News - March 26, 2007

ArcSpace makes two stops in Brooklyn. -- How some big-name firms are planning for their future (or not). -- Success for Dubai's numerous 'cities within a city' will come down to good planning. -- L.A. doesn't have to reinvent the planning wheel; it just needs a big-city plan. -- NYT's special section: Business of Green (lots of info). -- Large high-rise apartment buildings may be the most cost-effective candidates for green retrofit. -- Universal housing with aesthetic appeal will be more marketable to aging boomers. -- Cookie-cutter McMansion era on the wane in Dallas (we hope). -- Two young architects with attitude win P.S. 1/MoMA prize. -- Movie maker to revamp winery into a kid-friendly destination (with water, not wine). -- Napier University in Edinburgh has big plans for a "knowledge hub." -- Germaine Greer's birthday card to Sydney Harbour bridge (how could we resist?). -- Critics and curators to turn out for 2-day conference in Minneapolis. -- Calls for entries: design something useful out of carpet samples; design a chair, see your prototype. -- Bayley finds some interesting surprises at V&A's "Surreal Things." -- Book reviews: "The Suburbanization of New York"; "New York in Store"; Rockwell's "Spectacle"; and Lancaster's lost Kentucky. ----- Editor's note: we have updated the calendar with a number of new deadlines, conferences, etc. (www.archnewsnow.com/calendar.htm).

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