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Today's News - Monday, January 28, 2008

ArcSpace brings us Asymptote in Malaysia, and van Egeraat in Utrecht. -- Eco-what in Hampshire and Fife? -- Green is smart and smart is sexy, so why not sell that? -- Boddy wonders why Erickson's concept for Robson Square re-do isn't considered. -- Saffron (and others) lose hope for reprieve for doomed historic Philly buildings (agreements be damned, it seems). -- Glancey waxes ever so poetic about Corbu's Chandigarh. -- UAE entrepreneur falls in love with Lyons - so why not build it Dubai? -- In L.A., Kaplan calls for and enlightened zoning policy instead of "dated, static proscriptions" now being debated. -- Davis on "free-range McMansions" and California wildfires. -- Kamin offers up a rogues' gallery of the ugly side of Chicago's condo boom. -- A green homeless shelter to heal on more levels than one. -- Q&A with RMJM's Peter Morrison re: successes and controversy. -- 15-year-old plans for Stonehenge center could make a comeback. -- Some "quirky" ideas for San Francisco's "City of the Future" are based on real science. -- Call for entries: IIDA/Metropolis 2008 Smart Environments Awards; Design the Bank Branch of the Future; ARCHI-TECH AV Awards; and deadline reminder: Back-of-the-Envelope Bush Library Design Contest.

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