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Today's News - Monday, November 5, 2007

ArcSpace revisits Chicago with an eyeful of the Pritzker Pavilion. -- Kennicott finds the UAE a dreamland for architects: "They haven't just learned from Las Vegas, they've transcended it." -- It's between Edinburgh and Abuja, Nigeria, for 2014 Commonwealth Games -- and big bucks. -- Make fat people use the stairs: U.K. government enlists architects and planners to fight obesity. -- Why pushing such "an authoritarian health agenda" will be "the envy of tinpot dictators." -- Even furniture designers being put on the spot to create different sizes for different people from different countries. -- After 20 years, Berlin's "Topography of Terror" center breaks ground (again). -- Shortlist for museum on Saadiyat Island hail from four corners of the world. -- Blue-ribbon team for another Dubai extravaganza. -- The battle over London's Smithfield Market heats up. -- Kamin gives thumbs-up to an instant skyline for a Chicago suburb that doesn't have one. -- Why people like living in glass boxes. -- Hume on Toronto finally entering the global trend to invest in library design (a touch of the Bilbao effect included). -- Glancey not convinced of re-do of a grand British purveyor of "posh nosh and luxury fripperies": "a bit like one of those Hollywood ladies sporting a serious facelift." -- NYC's 40 Bond doesn't disappoint. -- Best Building in Scotland award winner (not Hadid). -- An architect and planner from Shenzhen talks about growing up with Western influences and what's ahead for China's urban future. -- Q&A with Jack Travis: "There are lessons of GREEN design in the study of BLACK design." -- Boddy finds "Danish Way of Living" exhibition offers lessons in using design to add value to natural resources. -- "Architecture of the Absurd": watch out, Prince Charles - Silber just might take your place as top "Architecture Crank."

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