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Today's News - Wednesday, January 30, 2008

High times in Denver's LoDo. -- Plans for a $2 billion extreme makeover for a historic enclave in L.A. -- Are home building ambitions in U.K.'s South East going to be an "environmental disaster"? -- Zaha's human rights row in Azerbaijan; and just where do you draw the line on human rights? -- Meanwhile her Olympic aquatic center sprouts water wings. -- Stern takes on Lower Manhattan with an 80-story hotel/condo tower. -- Russell has high praise for Viñoly's new Bronx courthouse (the lobby alone is "Piranesi on mood elevators"). -- King bemoans a new San Francisco tower that "has the soul of a background building in a foreground location." -- Litt lightens up at the prospect that Breuer's Ameritrust tower might not bite the dust after all. -- Campbell croons over a new chapel that "takes its place among the small gems of recent New England architecture." -- Koolhaas takes on the Hermitage again (no new architecture involved). -- Ito's Taichung opera house gets underway. -- Two British firms with global goals. -- Reports from Yale: no words minced at University as Architectural Patron symposium; and advice from its "three amigos." -- Hume hopes Toronto decides to "help rather than hinder" Ryerson University. -- Interior design schools are becoming ubiquitous in Israel (and to us, some questionable approaches). -- Gensler loses RK Stewart to Perkins+Will; and a Q&A where he calls for tens of thousands of "green" buildings.

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