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Today's News - Monday, October 1, 2007

ArcSpace tools around Barcelona. -- Call for entries: "What If New York City..." competition for post-hurricane provisional housing. -- Two environmentalists may anger their brethren, but new book "could turn out to be the best thing to happen to environmentalism since Rachel Carson's 'Silent Spring.'" -- The two offer a "manifesto for a new environmentalism." -- For Gould, LEED "has been a useful consciousness-raising tool," but it's not the only way to go green. -- Two projects in Yemen and Dubai deliver "a coherent sustainable strategy" that is not about "dripping buildings in the latest renewable 'jewelry.'" -- Cups made with corn starch a fifth inning recycling stretch: Boston's Fenway Park joins the green revolution. -- The next few years will determine if Toronto will be "the envy of the civilized world or just another urban casualty," says Hume. -- Meanwhile, the city hosts Walk21, but Hume fears city fathers will just talk the talk. -- Lewis on phasing big developments and the importance of achieving critical mass by opening day. -- L.A.'s downtown is "moving from Skid Row to Banana Republic at warp speed." -- Glancey is "heartbroken" about the probable loss of a "cinematic, sculptural, heroic - and one of the most dramatic public buildings from the 1960s": a bus station to be replaced with same-old-same-old mega-project. -- Germany's Arp Museum: Meier's "newest coup." -- Saffron goes behind the scene with Barnes Foundation's "low-key designers." -- An expanded mission and a heightened presence in store for Philadelphia's new Jewish History Museum. -- Kamin offers two takes on Calatrava's "total design" approach for Chicago Spire. -- Davidson's take on the co-opting of Jane Jacobs. -- Ouroussoff on "Piranesi as Designer": "shows us that fantasy can have a more lasting impact than a concrete monument to the ego."

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