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Today's News - Wednesday, March 19, 2008

We lose a master who shaped Australian cities. -- Blum hangs with Brad (and a bunch of architects) in New Orleans. -- A sustainable housing development in Malaysia deserves attention. -- Pearman finds some "nuggets of gold" in Liverpool's construction mud. -- Will New Jersey's mammoth Xanadu "in ugly predicament." -- Indianapolis pins its hopes to be national hub on redevelopment projects. -- Kamin on plans for an Evanston skyscraper that pits Vancouverism against Jane Jacob-ites (a poster child for the debate roiling everywhere). -- A Charleston tower misses the mark a bit, but it's also a sign that the city may "finally be ready for architecture of our time." -- Lewis on Washington's makeover of 20th-century office buildings. -- The Arthouse will be a "graceful and innovative renovation" in Dallas. -- Why do so many shiny new campus buildings feel so empty? -- KieranTimberlake designs multi-family prefab. -- An eyeful of Foster's renovation of a grand hotel in the Swiss Alps. -- The Eiffel Tower to get an anniversary addition at the top. -- Neighbors not happy about re-opening of FLW's Ennis House. -- AIA Architecture Billing Index: not good news. -- Good news for Brit Insurance Design Award winners. -- Call for entries: Australian National World War I and World War II Memorials International Design Competition.

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