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Today's News - Monday, March 3, 2008

ArcSpace shows us a porous Holl in China, and Denari's High Line tower. -- Rochon pays eloquent tribute to two architects who "operated with lightness and grace." -- Ouroussoff evaluates Koolhaas plans in Dubai: "a hybrid of the generic and the fantastic." -- Hume on suburbia: is it the next slum? -- Hopeful plans for Baltimore's Old Town makeover. -- Transportation planners facing up to climate change "may fundamentally change the field of transportation." -- James Lovelock says "catastrophe is inevitable" (so forget recycling and enjoy life while you can). -- Two very different takes on the Newseum: Lewis finds it "extraordinary work of architecture" and a "magical place." -- Kennicott thinks its good intentions are in need of some "architectural editing" (though it works on the inside). -- Filler tries to figure out what went wrong at LACMA: was it insufficient budget or what Piano had to work with? -- Rose on Gazprom tower: "a tale of Russian rule-bending." -- Kamin on over-Zell-ous developers and the dangers of relaxing landmark restrictions. -- Mid-century Modern mode: Bayley says saving Smithson's Robin Hood Gardens "could act as a model for benign redevelopment in every city in Britain." -- Trying to figure out what to do with sprawling postwar corporate complexes. -- Is a 1962 Honolulu icon by Ossipoff doomed? -- On a lighter note: Gough in praise of tower blocks. -- Boddy on a revamp of a 1956 home that he hopes will inspire others. -- Something that made us laugh out loud: Highlights from the Back-of-the-Envelope Bush Library Design Contest (vote for your favorite, too).

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