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Today's News - Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Yemen gets serious about preserving a historic city. -- A look at endangered New York treasures. -- Beijing is choking on growth. -- Lewis says as much as zoning and codes, aesthetics should be treated "as a matter of legitimate public interest subject to reasonable regulation." -- Russell likes Nouvel's "imagery" for MoMA tower, but not at all pleased with "abuse of zoning device in the latest race for the sky." -- Moscow's Crystal Island will sparkle - if it finds the financing. -- Shipping containers transformed into Travelodges will look no different from typical hotels (aesthetically - no comment). -- A new Palm Springs cultural museum is awesome (so they say - sorry - no pix). -- At 91, a San Francisco modernist master revisits his brood of masterpieces. -- A "tropical modernist" takes center stage at the Honolulu Academy of Arts. -- Prouvé continues to dazzle London. -- Abu Dhabi hosts World Future Energy Summit this month. -- Call for entries: Promosedia's international chair design competition; deadline reminder re: AMD/Architecture for Humanity Open Architecture Challenge. -- How could we resist: 6 proposals for Trafalgar plinth commission (our vote: "Faites L'Art, pas La Guerre" powered by the sun and wind).

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