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Today's News - Friday, March 7, 2008

Filler on "the rise of the Quiet Museum" and "architectural post- traumatic-stress syndrome" (a.k.a. "Bilbao Fatigue"). -- Boddy on Gehl's two-wheel solution for Vancouver. -- With all its good intentions, Saffron says it's not too early for Philadelphia to start fretting about the details of a major Center City development. -- U.K.'s architecture minister called on the carpet for her attitude toward Mid-Century Modern. -- Meanwhile, demolition of Pimlico School begins. -- Cleveland gives thumbs-up to demolition of one of its last Art Deco buildings (to make way for a parking lot, what else?). -- Russell rues the loss of "Eloise" charm in Plaza Hotel rehab: NYC "icon feels embalmed rather than enlivened." -- Experts claim U.K.'s call for zero-carbon homes 2016 target is "too unrealistic." -- Glancey looks at how politics may play in the difference between Spain's growing home-grown talent and Italy's slow bloom. -- Architects in Atlanta and Pittsburgh turn gritty into great for their own offices. -- Call for entries: 11th annual BusinessWeek/Architectural Record Awards. -- Portland, OR, announces winners of "Integrating Habitats: A Design Competition." -- Shortlist announced for Geoffrey Bawa Architecture Award. -- Weekend diversions: "Glass House Openings" film debuts (watch them here). -- GLASHAUS_07 goes NYC opens at DAZ. -- King on former San Francisco mayor's autobiography proves "winners are those who use the most brazen tactics." -- Heathcote reviews "an unusual and stimulating exploration of craft." -- "City by Design" series starts with Dallas. -- An in-depth exploration of the Golden Section in the architecture of King's College, Cambridge.

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