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Today's News - Monday, May 7, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Alberta and Beverly Hills. -- A look at a futuristic development in Paris. -- A rival perspective to Caro's take on NYC's power broker. -- Preservation in a time of growth and change. -- Gragg gives a (mostly) thumbs--up to Seattle Art Museum expansion. -- An interesting take on Rogers' "monumental cathedral to flight" and the future of air travel. -- Kamin x 2 on possibility of a spinning tower in Chicago. -- Gould on Calatrava's twisting tower. -- Why multi--family housing doesn't win awards: "architects are not paid enough to do it well," says Boddy. -- What architects and marketers can learn from a day at the ballpark. -- Pei still "following the sun and an inner light." -- Hume on Toronto's Jane Jacobs Day. -- Public Architecture's Peterson takes the Jefferson Award. -- Call for papers: "Tectonics: Making Meaning." -- Glancey visits an exhibition of Norwegian architecture and finds there's much Britain could learn. -- An architecture and design festival coming to Copenhagen. -- Doors Open Toronto about to open doors.

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