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Today's News - Monday, October 29, 2007

ArcSpace gives us a pas-de-deux from France. -- Hawthorne calls for California planners and builders to "break the cycle of build and burn." -- Metropolis spearheads ReDI, a new initiative to design and build prefab transitional retail "general stores" and community centers for the Gulf Coast. -- Rose wonders if a pioneering housing association in London's South Bank is "compromising its principles by wanting to build tall." -- A historian brands Bradford, U.K.'s Park at the Heart scheme as "alien." -- Hume has high praise for plans to revitalize Toronto subway stations; "rebirth... couldn't come at a better time." -- Calatrava sues for violation of copyright over alterations (by another starchitect) to his Bilbao footbridge. -- Rising Irish stars win Olympic Park Footbridge competition. -- Meanwhile, London Architecture Foundation's YAYA winner gets to design a new pavilion in Farrell's Regent's Place. -- Ouroussoff is in awe of Tschumi's New Acropolis Museum: "It's a magical experience" and "a mesmerizing work in its own right." -- Plans for Viet Nam's new parliament house hit some archeological snags. -- Cleveland Institute of Art unveils $53 million expansion plan by MVRDV. -- Saffron talks to Gehry about what he digs about design underground in Philadelphia. -- Set design for Frank's fado favorite "is absolutely an idiotic extravagance... It may be a total flop...Do I need to inject my ego into her thing?" -- Meier has his eye on London: "maybe after this exhibition they will ask me" to build something. -- For Kamin, a new women's hospital in Chicago "demonstrates that the feminine in architecture is about much more than superficial geometric gestures." -- Winnipeg Humane Society is greener than green. -- Two new observation towers marking either end of a cycle route in Lincolnshire Fens (U.K.) are more than just artful "stairways to the heavens."

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