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Today's News - Monday, June 18, 2007

ArcSpace makes its first foray to Beijing. -- The "'magnificent catastrophe' of the urban jungle" and yet cities "work wonderfully well." -- Thames Gateway: "Sadly, the British planning establishment has somehow lost its once-celebrated capacity for designing decent communities." -- Cambridge University's school of architecture tackles the impact of ethnic unrest on the built environment. -- A call to raise the international profile of Australian culture. -- Chicago isn't really as green as everyone had hoped. -- Who couldn't use a Bus Rapid Transit Planning Guide these days? -- King gives (mostly) thumbs-up three proposals for Presidio Lodge. -- Hume gives an emphatic thumbs-down for Toronto's Roundhouse plan as one example of city's "creative bankruptcy." -- Heathrow's new terminal may be a "cathedral to flight," but just try finding a place to sit. -- Boddy finds a new condo "one shipwreck of housing development" (Though he does find some elements to admire). -- Bing is gracious - but not happy - with peer review of Texas project already underway. -- What's striking about an oh-so-green building in Albuquerque building is how simple it was to get there. -- San Diego's Old Globe sees new life. -- Johnson's Glass House has more to offer than just tours. -- Who isn't taking part in Debate London this week? -- It's now Sir Peter Cook to us commoners. -- More on the "captivating documentary 'Citizen Lambert: Joan of Architecture'." -- Reminder: deadline looms for 1st stage design competition for a new Museum in Perm, Russia.

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