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Today's News - Monday, August 13, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Pei Cobb Freed in Luxembourg and a gallery on Princeton University's Second Life campus. -- Beijing's building marathon also building a "great wall of criticism." -- A prolific King weighs in on Transbay Terminal proposals: what soars, what falls flat. -- Experts weigh in on what is needed to save deteriorating city centers in the Philippines. -- Kamin on good news/bad news re: two Chicago treasures and the "hole in the city's safety net for preserving historic structures." -- Buffalo joins the growing trend rescuing old building parts for re-use. -- A major makeover for the Israel Museum. -- Gehry's Napa winery finally gets the go-ahead. -- His Manhattan adventure too safe by design or because NYC has been "in a process of fossilization for several decades now"? -- Britain's newest weapon against crime: design. -- Architecture students making homes sweet homes in design/build projects. -- Harvard nabs Mostafavi from Cornell. -- Qingyun Ma of USC Architecture School to curate 2007 Shenzhen-Hong Kong Biennale. -- Call for comments: Cradle to Cradle draft. -- Call for applications: 2007 Richard Blinder Award. -- Call for Proposals: 8th Annual Milka Bliznakov Prize to advance the recognition of women's contributions in design. -- A new exhibit offers a new take on Edinburgh's leafy spaces.

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