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Today's News - Monday, April 16, 2007

ArcSpace brings us a park in China filled with architecture, and a photo-tour of ICA. -- Chicago beats L.A. as U.S. entry for 2016 Olympics. -- "But don't get cocky, Chicago," Kamin warns. -- A compelling argument about why "green has to become part of America's DNA." -- GlobalGreen gets go-ahead for low-income residential project in New Orleans. -- A Vancouver infill project, Koo's Corner has Boddy cooing. -- German architects vying to design the most energy-efficient homes. -- Europe transforming housing and care for the elderly. -- Saffron hails APA convention landing in Philadelphia because the city "hasn't seen many of their kind in the last 15 years." -- Washington, DC's identity crisis includes "a failure of urbanity." -- Kamin carries on his crusade against facade-ectomies that create "a botched cityscape where only the developers win." -- A "ho-hum building" approved for Toronto's waterfront leaves Rochon with a sinking feeling. -- Hume has higher hopes for the city's Lower Don. -- Nouvel's Philharmonie de Paris resembles "a mound of loosely stacked plates." -- His Manhattan tower "blows away the pink-brick drabness that's been strangling New York apartment architecture for decades." -- Eden Project expands with The Edge, "not a building about climate change; it is a building because of climate change." -- Houses for today, tomorrow, and perhaps, the future.

Elliott Kaufman Photography

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