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Today's News - Monday, October 8, 2007

EDITOR's NOTE: Early morning travel Tuesday…we'll be back (in East Coast time zone) on Wednesday, October 10. ----- We lose Colombia's most significant architect. -- The odds-makers were right: Stirling prize goes to Chipperfield. -- His Glasgow project is a triumph: "one of the most remarkable, and hopefully influential, new workplaces in Britain." -- In the wake of a tragedy, a Malaysian architect explains how crimes against children can be averted by thoughtful design - and hopes the authorities will listen. - Nigerian architects formulate a policy to end "the era of using non-professionals and quacks." -- Newly formed Architectural Association of the UAE hopes to raise the bar on architectural design in the region. -- Jamaican Institute of Architects calls for a competition to design a new Parliament building. -- Saffron minces no words about plans for Philadelphia's waterfront. -- Boston's Fan Pier plans finally becoming reality. -- Providence, RI, reinventing its industrial landscapes. -- Baltimore transforms its "concrete-heavy" Center Plaza into an urban oasis. -- Atlanta's first LEED Platinum building may be small, but its environmental stance big. -- Central Oregon project headed for LEED Gold. -- For Ouroussoff, UN Studio's first U.S. project is "simply out of this world." -- Campbell finds "The Wrap" a "terrific piece of architecture." -- Bernstein says Rudolph apartment "still dazzles today." -- Hadid's Mobile Art Container for Karl Lagerfeld is "a more noble project" than "inundating the world with ads." -- On view: Orange County Museum of Art looks at the "Birth of the Cool." -- Two shows not to be missed at Tbilisi's Goethe Institute. -- In Armenia, fountains "return with an even more graceful dance."

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