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Today's News - Monday, August 27, 2007

ArcSpace brings us Hadid and 3XN in China and Denmark. -- The frightening (and sad) tale of China's pollution problems and its search for a "meteorological deus ex machina." -- Overdue recognition of the sad state of Shanghai's Art Deco legacy (but is it enough and in time?). -- Is Venice really just "a pretend city, a stage-set for tourists" -- An in-depth look at Harvard's ongoing efforts to hire "amazing architects to design amazing buildings": what does and doesn't get built and why. -- Scottish architects claim a "London-centric bias" in Olympic building contracts. -- Scotland's latest export: a Tudor-style "millionaires' village" in Taipei (oh joy). -- Boddy finds Copenhagen in "the throes of a building boom it cannot quite understand, much less tame." -- Glancey visits a nostalgic Koolhaas: "he hates 'celebrity' culture" and "almost means it" (and media that "encourages this teenage architecture"). -- Just how green with Orlando Performing Arts Center be? -- Litt's hard-hat tours of Cleveland's cool, new cultural projects. -- Chandler likes how New Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver is shaping up. -- King offers his take on the "must-see architecture" of Napa Valley's wineries. -- Ouroussoff's sleep-over in the "best house in Paris." -- Kennicott on the beauty (and politics) of Washington's night lights. -- Two very different takes on "Frank Lloyd Wright and the House Beautiful" at the Portland Museum of Art.

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