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Today's News - Monday, March 17, 2008

ArcSpace brings us Violy in Uruguay, and Lux 11 hotel in Berlin. -- Rogers calls for public spaces to be taken seriously. -- Boddy berates Vancouver's condo boom for pushing out the city's creative class. -- Big plans to build a "Little China" in Germany raises some hackles. -- New report says revamping old homes is greener than building efficient new ones. -- London's 5 Cheapside sets fans of futuristic lines against traditionalists; and a radical arts center for South Bank. -- Bayley's says 5 Cheapside is a test case for the future of all cities (he's for it). -- Scotland's new education design tsar says many new schools are sick in more ways than one. -- ODA picks Olympic Park design team. -- Chandler has high hopes for Denver's Still museum. -- King says UC Berkeley's Asian Library "sends a message...Strive to do something of real worth. Don't just go through the motions and cash the client's checks." -- Campbell gives thumbs-up to the transformation of a "rotting carcass of an abandoned MBTA substation" into a small gem of a TV studio. -- Seattle's battle for its Googie diner continues. -- A tte--tte between Jrgen Mayer and Terence Riley. -- Big bucks to boost Harvard GSD program to halt the profession's brain-drain. -- 8th Structures for Inclusion (SFI) conference coming up. -- U.K.'s Next Generation award winners (maybe they'll get to actually build there one of these days). -- We couldn't resist: two raucous takes on Foster's big adventure at MIPIM (Russians included).


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