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Today's News - Friday, February 15, 2008

Ouroussoff finds LACMA "an architecture without conviction" (though he finds a few reasons for optimism). -- Another thumbs-up for NYC's New Museum. -- Not a museum, but we couldn't resist: Las Vegas CityCenter sales pavilion is "architects gone wild" with "models the size of dump trucks" showing a world where "the super-rich have eliminated the rest of us." -- First peek at U.K.'s first zero-carbon town. -- Boddy sees Vancouver's condo future in an overlooked project that is green, affordable, and proves "dense does not necessarily mean high." -- Heathcote finds two small riverside gems incredibly refreshing. -- Calls for entries: Living Steel's 3rd annual "Extreme Housing"; and Liverpool project seeks "stars of the future." -- Just for fun after a long week: Prasad and Alsop take on housing for our feathered friends. -- Alsop shows off the soft edges of his own lair. -- Ten years ago considered a monumental waste of money, "Angel of the North" proves the skeptics wrong. -- A call to halt the growing march of "tasteless, poorly executed public artworks." -- A Chicago show looks at ornamentation in cutting-edge design and architecture. -- "The Warhol Economy" doesn't quite make its point about the role of planning in cultivating a creative economy (but deserves credit for trying). -- How could we resist a casting call for architects and engineers?

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