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Today's News - Monday, July 30, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Beijing and Luxembourg. -- Q&A with man who might be the only hope for rebuilding New Orleans. -- Mockbee still inspires. -- Has design really changed since 9/11? -- Glancey on the need to "relearn the art of city-building" (planners and architects have become the problem), and why Tewkesbury offers solution to the current "glum homes and soggy planning" of Thames Gateway. -- UAE's first energy and environment park hopes to set a standard. -- Hume takes on a "sustainable" parking garage. -- Hess compares San Francisco and San Jose projects. -- London's next icon: a Foster/Nouvel "cyborg cathedral." -- Another London building gets dressed up in "classical drag." -- Detroit's downtown survival depends on finding new uses for old buildings, says Gallagher. -- High hopes to reclaim a Johannesburg icon and revive downtown to its "glory days." -- Kamin gives a thumbs-up to restoration of Sullivan's last design. -- SurveyL.A.: an ambitious effort to identify, catalog, and protect the built history of Los Angeles. -- Boddy on Corbu's Marseilles masterpiece (great slide show, too!). -- The battle over views continues between Athenian Art Deco landmark and new Acropolis Museum. -- New Coca-Cola museum offers some fizz and "high-fructose corniness." -- Macaulay exhibit at National Building Museum could be the last of its kind.

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