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Today's News - Monday, November 12, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Munich and Mexico City. -- The heart of Sydney is lacking a ticker. -- Athens contends with pedestrian acitivists. -- Olympic Stadium: Bayley thinks London deserves better. -- Block 37: Kamin thinks Chicago deserves better. -- The "Architects Row" that's rising along Manhattan's High Line. -- Recalcitrant Parisians are going to need a lot of convincing re: plans for Paris high rises. -- Hess is pleased to see San Jose recycling some great buildings: don't "mistake bad maintenance for bad architecture." -- A call to save historic New Orleans avenue from condo plans (design is good, site is bad). -- Bayley muses on architects who have had to contend with their sick buildings. -- Graves delights Detroit with his DIA expansion. -- Refurbished London Transport Museum thrills Glancey. -- A brownfield site to turn green for University of Paisley. -- A new book and exhibition re: Jane Jacobs will compel readers and visitors to act. -- $100,000 isn't what it used to be, says Kamin, as Driehaus doubles his prize. -- Call for entries: Mersey Observatory International Open Design Competition. -- Carmody Groarke wins 7/7 memorial commission. Winners all in 2007 International DesignShare Awards for Innovative Learning Environments.

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