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Today's News - Friday, November 16, 2007

Lewis eloquently examines the "fate of modern buildings that don't age gracefully." -- Will there be salvation for U.K.'s 1966 St. Peter's Seminary? (great slide show) -- Not all are pleased with pick for new Stockholm library design. -- Liverpool museum architects replaced. -- National Museum of Pakistan architect picked. -- Should London's Olympic stadium be an iconic design? Alsop: yes; Allies & Morrison: no. -- Forty years of Foster (a series of insightful articles). -- Q&A with Wigley: incubating the future at Columbia. -- Hippos are happy with Australian Institute of Landscape Architects awards. -- Call for Papers: International Design Management Institute Education Conference (Paris 2008!). -- Weekend diversions: In Manhattan, "Berlin-New York Dialogues": two cities linked by design. -- "Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future" at Cranbrook: "now seen as something of a prophet, won mostly brickbats from the architectural establishment." -- Breuer lite on view in Washington, DC, ignores the "stark realities of his urban brutalism." -- Corbu gets first major show (it's traveling) in India. -- Trafalgar Square's fourth plinth "quietly insists that the viewer stop and think about the city." -- One we couldn't resist: winners of the Saddest-Cubicle Contest.

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