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Today's News - Monday, January 14, 2008

We welcome back ArcSpace (after a long-deserved vacation) with an eyeful of Hadid's Innsbruck railway, and Chicago's Burnham reborn. -- Yudelson's green building predictions for '08. -- NYT HQ didn't go for LEED rating, but it is no less green. -- Sign up now for green webcasts, competitions, and a teach-in. -- More than inconvenient is sustainability hype. -- Campbell gives thumbs-up to Nelson-Atkins expansion (and the challenges it offers Boston). -- Controversy continues to swirl "rush-job revamp" of Robson Square (even Erickson may not sign off on remake - and just when will they show images?). -- Kamin more than a bit disappointed in new Chicago tower (perhaps not all the architects' fault). -- Russell on De Montebello's departure from the Met: he "leaves a difficult legacy for his successor." -- Saffron still has a little hope left (or not) for Philadelphia's riverfront development. -- British economic reports have been rather gloomy - but we found £1 billion projects in the news. -- Farrell tapped to give New Delhi's railway station a major makeover. -- Some of San Francisco's new public spaces "signal the rise of interactive design emerging and melding with street life."

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