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Today's News - Friday, January 18, 2008

A glassy, green Stern in Paris (nary a brick in sight). -- Sydney's battle for beauty losing out to "banal, scaleless high-rises" (with some pithy Farrelley remarks). -- Hume bemoans the "political paralysis" that sees Toronto's Union Station as a civic liability rather than opportunity; lessons should be learned from London's "brilliant" St. Pancras Station. -- Saffron on SANAA's New Museum: it "doesn't quite stack up." -- A "Der Cube" for Berlin by 3xN. -- Farrell takes on affordable housing for health workers in London. -- Political unrest in Pakistan hits 78-story tower project. -- A German team wins Algiers' Grand Mosque project. -- McDonough's green touch touches American University. -- Bayley on the big names turning "humble house extensions into Modernist palaces." -- Gehry and Antonelli on TEDTalks. -- Betsky outlines his biennale plans. -- Chicago's Archeworks names new co-directors. -- Call for a few good innovators for the second International Development Design Summit. -- A British waterway seeking World Heritage status. -- Weekend diversions: London's waterfront making a splash at New London Architecture. -- Dunlop finds a mythical Miami at Bass Museum "filled with delights and revelations." -- Two new books "are bound to reinforce some very bad intellectual habits" (Eisenman is "vicious"). -- "Unbuilt Michigan" shows dreams left on the drawing board.

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