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Today's News - Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Russell might ruffle some feathers with: "It's time for timid trustees to give Renzo a rest." -- Huxtable on "helicopter architecture" that could be dropped down anywhere, and "another kind of global architecture... talented architects transferring their ideas from one culture to another." -- Speaking of SANAA, Litt likes what he sees, too. -- Growing opposition to massive Penang Global City Complex - except for its centerpiece. -- High hopes for a bold vision for midtown Baltimore. -- Ryerson University's bold vision and the "methodical planning, the political gamesmanship, and the sheer dumb luck" that's getting it there. -- Koolhaas's cool vision for Hamburg's HafenCity waterfront. -- Preservationists are not so sweet on big plans for Domino Sugar refinery on Brooklyn's waterfront. -- Five shortlisted in Houston green - and really, really affordable - home competition. -- A Prince Edward Island federal building "blends a new structure into an old streetscape." -- Redesign of Gehry's 1980 Santa Monica mall will retain a "perfect remnant of Frank's chain-link aesthetic." -- Update on Rudolph's A&A Building renovation: the orange carpet is coming back. -- Could a proposal for Springfield, MO, public square endanger the original Halprin design? -- In Seattle, it's "Googie vs. Goliath." -- Call for entries: 08 Skyscraper International Architectural Competition. -- A magazine that covers architecture generally - and architecture as it pertains to race specifically. -- Six world structures that are feng shui friendly (an interesting mix). -- A new firm in India with an "indo-irish vastu-bio architecture" focus. -- Travel + Leisure 4th Annual Design Award winners.

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