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Today's News - Monday, August 20, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Corbu in Tokyo, and takes us to its new island of cubes in Second Life. -- Fresno's Native American heritage inspires a library of the future. -- A look at the "stark disconnect" between what architects and planners are taught and what they need to learn to do. -- A call for architects to "get down in the ditches." -- An insightful (and often amusing) look at what some (star)architects really think of competitions. -- Farrelly pleas to leave some frills: "the useful can, sometimes, include the unpurposeful." -- Goldhagen offers a chilling account of why's of America's failing infrastructure (a must-read!). -- A new ethos needed in the way engineers are educated to turn bridges into "safe, economical and beautiful landmarks worth maintaining." -- Ambassadors wanted for Royal Academy's London Engineering Project. -- Kamin offers in in-depth look at Chicago's unprecedented reach for the sky. -- Kaplan on L.A.'s growing "urbanphobia." -- Is Myrtle Beach ready for New Urbanism? -- A nautical aesthetic informs a permanent solution to the problem of temporary housing in London. -- Gould offers kudos for a Walgreens that eludes corporate sameness (and hopes for it to become a trend). -- Now all the fanfare has died down, Orange County Performing Arts Center buckles down to litigation. -- Winery architecture goes big name big-time to "encourage highbrow tasting tourism." -- A look at the earliest mega-projects of Malaysia: great buildings "using just local brains." -- Call for entries: International Competition for Birnbeck Island and Pier in Weston-super-Mare.

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