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Today's News - Monday, December 17, 2007

ArcSpace brings us to New York, Spain, and a Pei sketchbook. -- Ourossoff on why starchitects working with developers is not necessarily "a Faustian bargain." -- An extensive report on Abu Dhabi's "startlingly contrarian gambit" to build green and build its architectural cred. -- Rochon finds "inspired hospital design is wishful thinking," and cheers Safdie for "refusing to call bubble diagrams architecture." -- Talks with UNESCO re: Gazprom tower fail to produce a resolution. -- Two architects disagree about whether UNESCO exerts too much power over cities. -- It's glass vs. sandstone in debate about gigantic mall makeover in Sydney. -- Heathcote practically swoons for Nouvel's new MoMA tower: the "most radical skyscraper in New York since the Chrysler Building." -- Campbell finds "no preening architecture" in the New Museum (and he likes that). -- Boddy picks his Dwelling of the Year: a "model for Vancouver's eco-dense future." -- AECOM acquires China's largest firm. -- Design for Asia Awards shows the region's growing taste for style. -- More picks for the best of the year: Hawthorne: "there were some beams of light in an otherwise dim annum," and he revisits the Getty Center 10 years later. -- Woodman offers similar yet different takes on U.K.'s highs and lows. -- Heathcote offers birthday greetings to Niemeyer; and the master plans to remain a living legend for a while.

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