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Today's News - Monday, July 2, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Hadid stepping out at Lincoln Center and real unnaturalism in Copenhagen. -- The "delicate beast" that is Atlantic Yards. -- A Virginia community looks to the future by restoring the past. -- Dunlop on saving modernist buildings from the wrecking ball and "sins of redesign." -- A call to save Stone's "superb" Stanford Hospital, and a "grand old lady" in Ohio. -- A look at Lutyens' legacy, and the woman behind the restoration of his Viceroy's House in New Delhi. -- Glancey on an architectural trailblazer in a quaint medieval market town. -- Affordable housing and green design: not an oxymoron. -- Kamin's hearty applause for a building that fits into a cherished Chicago landscape. -- Holl's Herning Centre of the Arts in pix. -- Piano takes on a winery. -- Some call to scrap Hadid's Transport Museum design for something cheaper. -- Pearman's take on FOA's social housing project in Spain. -- Seismic changes in California building code? -- 13 stellar names on shortlist for Abu Dhabi museum. -- 18 shortlisted for Living Steel competition for sustainable housing. -- Hadid's London retrospective is "stunning and long- overdue."

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