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Today's News - Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Hume is optimistic (with some reservations) about rustlings of something really happening on Toronto's waterfront. -- Two more takes on NYC's Hudson Yards massive plans: it all boils down to dollars (and what we see will most likely not be what we get). -- An eyeful of proposed Paris towers (opposed by most Parisians). -- But the city gives a thumbs-up to Les Halles redesign. -- Davidson on NYT HQ: life may be pleasant on the inside, but it's a glowering presence on the street. -- Kaplickż once again defends his octopus of a library in Prague. -- At least it was a good week for architecture in Sarasota and St. Petersburg, Florida. -- Coop Himmelb(l)au wins big in Spain. -- Henning Larsen and Martha Schwartz hit the road for Damascus. -- U.K.'s People's £50 million Lottery Giveaway: a good idea gone awry? -- London mayor builds green on Trafalgar Square. -- A Chicago gem saved from demolition. -- Lots of deadlines: proposals for National Preservation Conference; AIA COTE Top Ten Green Projects and CAE Educational Facility Design Awards; and an Iraqi Memorial commemorating civilian deaths. -- Winners of "Self-sufficient Housing: The Self-Fab House" competition.

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