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Today's News - Wednesday, December 5, 2007

U.N. Secretary-General offers optimistic words from climate change conference in Bali. -- Taking urban centers "from vacant to vibrant." -- Belfast turning its troubled to a Titanic future. -- A video of Dubai construction projects puts everything into (overwhelming) perspective. -- From NYC: Preservationists not at all pleased with Columbia University's expansion plans. -- Brooklyn arts district regains momentum. -- Gardner on NYC's civic center: "enhancements are unlikely to improve matters very much." -- Some say yay, some say nay to proposal for Contemporary Art Museum of the Presidio in San Francisco. -- Ditto re: plans for Scottsdale museum. -- Tate Modern expansion gets a hefty windfall. -- Yesterday brought news of China's new Chengdu City Museum; today there are images of the " jewel wrapped in gold." -- Minnesota developer's plans to bring starchiects to St. Paul "has modern-design experts in the Twin Cities salivating." -- McGill University Health Centre has big plans and lots of architects (minus Safdie and Perkins+Will - not a friendly split, apparently). On the home front: Boddy on Vancouver's coolest penthouse. -- A Napa Valley "art cave." -- A Toronto Deco mansion gets eco-makeover. -- Johannesburg's first earth house. -- Musings from the roof of a Gaudí masterpiece. -- Call for entries: Young Architects Forum 2008.

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