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Today's News - Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Ouroussoff weighs in on HUD demolition derby in New Orleans: "Cast as the city's saviors, architects are being used to compound one of the greatest crimes in American urban planning." -- Hume brings home lessons from Denmark. -- Farrelly bemoans the lack of political will to stand up for pedestrians: "Sydney will never be Copenhagen." -- A discussion about the unintended consequences of building green: "not everyone can be made happy." -- A new school "sports enough security features to make some prisons proud" (it's also pretty green). -- Nobel on the "sublime insanity" of H&deM's 40 Bond Street. -- There's nothing flamboyant about Philadelphia Museum of Art expansion (that works just fine). -- The first generation of graduates from AUS "equipped to reconcile the go-go architecture of contemporary Dubai with its local and regional identities." -- A new Corbu for Chandigarh; and a Q&A with Q&A with the president of the Fondation Le Corbusier. -- Stanford hospitals pick stellar teams for mega-expansion project. -- The challenges of designing for billionaires (budget is not one of them). -- Young Chinese architects win big in 2007 Far Eastern Outstanding Architectural Design Awards. -- AIA inaugurates first African-American president; Meier's Atheneum takes 25-Year Award; Sklarek and McKittrick honored as well. -- Calls for entries: Van Alen's New York Prize Fellowship; 2008 Building for Life awards; and ICFF Studio.

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