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Today's News - March 27, 2007

NEA director of design heading to private sector. -- Evacuation barriers offer lessons for planning in general. -- The demise of the once-heralded cul-de-sac. -- Calatrava's latest twist on Chicago Spire - still tweaking, "still isn't cooked yet (+ pix & video). -- A WTC by Koolhaas possible for Oslo's inner harbor. -- Foster beats off a "star-studded shortlist" to win Motor City in Spain. -- Snøhetta gets Serpentine as Otto design put on hold. -- A 40 Under 40 winner gets Olympic park nod. -- Gardner gives (mostly) thumbs-ups to two Brooklyn projects. -- A reassessment of Seattle Library: "raw, confusing, impersonal, uncomfortable, oppressive, theatrical and exhilarating." -- Utzon's abilities still under fire: is his name being put "ahead of the integrity of the building"? -- Piano bows out of Boston tower project (though his design may be "implemented" - huh?). -- Papa Hemingway's Cuban estate gets a much-needed facelift, but needs more (Americans want to help, but can't).

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