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Today's News - Monday, May 21, 2007

ArcSpace brings us lots of images of Holl's Nelson-Atkins addition(s). -- Kennicott almost runs out of superlatives for the project ("the art feels happy in it"). -- Could we get any greener? NYT Magazine devotes entire issue to "eco-tecture." -- Ouroussoff explores why "Europe gets it" when it comes to building green. -- Hosey takes on "green bling" and "Birkenstock architecture." -- Sydney Designbuild conference to focus on green building. -- Szenasy looks at what designing for living in deep space can teach us about living on Earth. -- Historic preservation and modernity in Manila try to find a balance (façadectomy, anyone?). -- For Hume, density should not a dirty word. -- A "poster child for smart growth" coming to Connecticut. -- Harvard GSD students come up with "101 Urban Salvations." -- Trying to control McMansions (a.k.a. "starter castles, beltway baronials, mini Taj Mahals," and "parachute homes" that look "like they were dropped from the sky"). -- An Australian planning minister opposes "housing obesity" (unless it's his own). -- Seattle's Olympic Sculpture Park is "rich, complex, and aptly metaphorical." -- Saffron sings high praise for Urban Outfitters' new HQ. -- Czech National Library design under fire: winning design didn't play by the rules. -- A long look at Libeskind: "the ghosts that haunt him, the critics that dog him" and "she to whom 'No' cannot be said." -- Suspicious fire aboard Cutty Sark, "one of Britain's best-preserved maritime treasures." -- Two we couldn't resist: Grand Canyon Skywalk an expensive disappointment. -- Baghdad's U.S. Embassy: gargantuan (and just about the only thing that's been built on time and on budget).

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