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Today's News - Monday, January 21, 2008

ArcSpace brings us Gehry in Princeton and UNStudio in The Netherlands. -- Korean aiming to establish its own CABE. -- Good timing, with projects like New Songdo City underway. -- An impressive tour of the "astonishing parade" of starchitects working in Spain (Rogers chimes in on the why). -- Miami architects going global (and some global firms invading Miami). -- Rose finds inspiration in Dutch floating architecture; not very impressed with Pitt's plans for not much more than elevated porches. -- Auckland's forested northeast coast in for development (at least its only 150 houses instead of proposed 600; birds will be safe: no cats allowed). -- Hume has high praise for all 3 proposals for Toronto's lakefront. -- The "confluence of events" putting Cincinnati on the international architectural map. -- Waterloo, Canada, picks team for history museum. -- Kamin on Jahn's first Chicago condo tower: it "conspicuously outclasses all the other high-rises being built around it." -- Erickson's new BC condo tower: "is more ritzy than timeless" (with a wistful riff on the loss of his Graham House). -- Hadid does Oxford (not all are convinced). -- Jakarta won't win any prizes for public space with its heavy-handed plans for flower market. -- King weighs in on San Francisco's design-a-thon for City of the Future. -- Beijing's "Bird's Nest" tops list of city's faves. -- MoMA heads to Jamaica for symposium on Modernist Architecture in the Caribbean. -- A touring show that captures the essence of urban sprawl.

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