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Today's News - Friday, March 21, 2008

With the economic downturn, Ouroussoff ponders what will be left of Gehry's vision of Atlantic Yards; would be a "painful setback for urban planning" in NYC (might Gehry just walk away?). -- Saffron says it's time to put planners back in charge of Philadelphia's city planning. -- Boddy brings a lesson from London home to Vancouver. -- Washington, Dc's "grand experiment" in low-income housing. -- Providence is till beautiful, says Brussat, but its beauty is in danger. -- Burrell Collection architects go ape (not in a good way) for Go Ape adventure course. -- A Prague hotel is "luminous beauty." -- A 1930 constructivist masterpiece in Moscow to be reborn as boutique hotel. -- Eero Saarinen still strikes awe. -- MIT's Just Jerusalem competition winners announced. -- Weekend diversions: V&A celebrates one of the unsung heroes of 20th century design: the structural engineer. -- Hawthorne is heartened by "Lessons From Bernard Rudofsky" at the Getty. -- "Inside Architecture" at MOCA's Pacific Design Center explores architecture through the imagination of contemporary artists. -- Chasing "Utopia's Ghost" at the Canadian Centre for Architecture. -- "Birth of Cool" at the Addison in Andover is 1950s California at its most "seriously playful." -- Palladio, from Rome to Baltimore. Book reviews: Two-volume tome "Jean Prouvé" is "design ooh-la-la." -- "Designing Modern Childhoods" traces the history of "architecture and objects that have molded the landscape of children's private lives." -- "Water Tanks of Chicago" is a "charming and important book." -- We couldn't resist: Forget the stairs and take the slide in U.K. office building. -- Tickling the ivories tickle the fancy all 'round Birmingham, U.K.

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