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Today's News - Monday, March 10, 2008

ArcSpace brings us OMA in Berlin. -- We lose a master/inventor of Earth Architecture and Super Adobe; and an author/critic "known for his unsentimental, sometimes cantankerous demeanor." -- Sudjic on his/Burdett's "The Endless City": it's "a powerful affirmation of the city as mankind's greatest single invention." -- Hume on the "apostle of sprawl" (could O'Toole have a point?) -- Plan to spend some time with one of the most comprehensive overviews of development in Abu Dhabi. -- And an eyeful of about 60 of the fantastic (and sometimes phantasmagorical) buildings in Dubai (some are only proposed - whew!). -- An in-depth look at the infrastructure project that's making it all possible. -- Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for phase one of the redevelopment of the New Orleans Riverfront. -- Waterfront Toronto about to issue its own RFQ for two sites. -- Finding the balance between openness and security remains an ongoing challenge. -- It certainly will be with plans to bring a slice of Poundbury to a Jamaican ghetto. -- Seattle should not start genuflecting to its new skyscrapers just yet: the eco-density coalition is beginning to feel some internal splits. -- Heathcote gives a (mostly) hearty thumbs-up to NYC's New Museum. -- Finding the balance between openness and security remains an ongoing challenge. -- There may be a silver lining for Pei's Silver Towers if NYU does the right thing. -- It's a shame that architecture students "learn the best practices of their discipline in some of the worst buildings on their campuses." -- Parsons step in the right direction with an "adroit makeover" combining "style and even wit." -- Kolkata Airport taps RMJM. -- A Spanish firm flies in to "shake up" design for Heathrow's east terminal. -- Kamin finds Blackstone's grand restoration "miraculous" (except for the melting-lollipop carpet). -- Almost ripe for landmarking, a San Jose's IBM building goes up in flames (suspicions abound). -- Just one more day to pledge for Cycle to Cannes architects wending their way to MIPIM for good causes.

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