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Today's News - Tuesday, January 29, 2008

We lose a pioneer in the fight against racial discrimination - professionally and socially. -- Architecture is not for sissies. -- Cleveland Clinic part of trend to create Bilbao effect in healthcare design (in Abu Dhabi - where else?). -- U.K. backs architects to tackle obesity. -- Edinburgh battle lines drawn over "most controversial developments in living memory." -- Cheek looks at Seattle skyline "from inside the thicket" and hopes there might be a new way to go. -- Canadian developer of Absolute tower is betting on avant-garde design elsewhere - and winning. -- Saffron is saddened that Philadelphia is not embracing architect-entrepreneurs' proposal for a "tattered pocket" of the city. -- Spain finally rules on 17-year-old restoration case (purists: 1; restoration architects: 0). -- Kamin offers a solution to saving a Chicago Art Deco gem from a developer's bad idea (and a good deal for developer and the city). -- A vast stock of existing buildings has LEED-EB gaining steam. -- Bahrain's commitment to green commercial development (wind turbines included) is turning heads. -- A coalition of organizations calls for a new National Academy of Environmental Design. -- Staffing crisis in U.K. firms to get architects included on the Home Office's list of professions facing a skills shortage (they hope). -- Defenders and detractors debate RMJM's Russian ventures. -- An eyeful of Contract magazine's 2008 Interiors Awards and Designer of the Year. -- Two very different takes on yet another massive public art project in the U.K. (yet another "Angel"). -- We couldn't' resist: RIBA board game to liven up planning meetings. -- Vote now: for world's cities on new global Monopoly board; and your fave Champagne Chair.

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