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Today's News - Tuesday, February 5, 2008

A look at where the denizens of the California Academy of Sciences have been living for the last four years. -- Alsop takes on Prince Charles (no surprise there). -- On the other hand, Hanson wonders just how wild things have to get before "big nob architects" are "carted off in straitjackets." -- Farrelly's take on contemporary Japan: is it "slickly Westernized" or does "continuity flow beneath?" -- From down under: Brisbane's rebirth as a walking, cycling, and public transport city. -- A "$100m wow!" for Wellington's waterfront. -- Plans for St. Kilda are "exhilarating" but perhaps a bit difficult to grasp. -- Life in the Arabian melting pot that is Dubai. -- Pearman gives thumbs-up and down for Heathrow's T5: "trying to design it must have been like nailing down jelly." -- For Rochon, Toronto's Sugar Beach plans are not as sweet as she'd like. -- A review of LACMA's 7-year expansion saga as it finally readies for its close-up. -- Architects' own offices as green building labs. -- D.C. architect to head Indiana University's state-wide master planning. -- International RFQ for International Criminal Court home at The Hague. -- Ecocity World Summit 2008 heading to San Francisco in April. -- Champagne Chair contest winners announced and go on tour.

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