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Today's News - April 2, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Nouvel in Manhattan, Calatrava in Rome, and Predock in Austin. -- Ouroussoff ogles Nouvel's two Manhattan projects that "raise the possibility that hedonistic materialism is good for the soul." -- We lose a pioneer of the low-cost, eco- friendly housing. -- RFQ for Santa Rosa Courthouse Square. -- Two more interesting takes on AIA's list of American's favorite buildings (not for architects who bruise easily). -- Ikea's BoKlok housing has a promising future in the U.K. (or is it a trend in social engineering?). -- A very promising future for London's King's Cross. -- A Toronto planner who sees how the city can grow "without paving over another acre of farmland." -- The urbanization of the senior living market. -- An architect finds design solutions on an impoverished hillside in Lebanon. -- The de Young "brilliantly shows how potent and inspirational architecture can be when structure and landscape are beautifully fused." -- A "brilliantly constructed" cultural center in British Columbia "captures the Essence of the mystical desert landscape." -- Moneo's Prado expansion getting ready for its close-up. -- Kaplický's Czech library design proves his firm's work "is never meek, moderate or deferential." -- Architecture according to Holl. -- PPS annual April Fool's issue (how could we resist?).

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