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Today's News - Monday, February 4, 2008

ArcSpace brings us Foster in Siberia and a stunning law court in Italy. -- Thinking big smart transportation and smart cities in the 21st century. -- Hawthorne on the "lack of street smarts" near LACMA; Piano: "They do love to take out traffic lights, don't they?" -- Hume quite happy that Yonge-Dundas Square isn't Times Square; but plans are less sweet for Toronto's Sugar Beach -- Bayley takes on Prince Charles, taboos, and why the smoking ban is an opportunity for architects. -- Campbell offers his take on why we don't get better architecture. -- Kamin on a poster child for vulnerable buildings. -- But things are looking up (one hopes) for L.A.'s elegant movie palaces. -- For King, a glass-and-vine covered building "has the potential to be the most exquisite addition" to San Francisco's waterfront. -- Jacobs has high hopes that Philadelphia just might get homes that are both green and affordable. -- U.K.'s 93 BoKlok homes from Ikea just about ready for their close-up. -- OMA's "pile of fat gastro-pub-style chips" housing scheme for Singapore. -- SOM cathedral "completes an architectural trinity." -- Move over world's tallest tower - Dubai to get world's longest arch bridge. -- A new museum in Phoenix right on Target to hit all the right notes. -- Ando's Tokyo jewel box. -- SBIC hands out 2007 Beyond Green High Performance Building Awards. -- How's this for homework: U.K. students asked to design torture device "based on ergonomic principals" ("stark raving bonkers" and "pretentious tosh!" says Ferguson).

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