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Today's News - Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Study shows design and density are "key to maximizing affordable housing production." -- But what might it look like after the flood? -- A very interesting and insightful take on "suburbia's midlife crisis." -- Seemingly no crisis for Modernist subdivisions seeking the "Sagaponac Effect." -- Eames's 1949 prototype home could hold some lessons. -- Safety-by-design strategy taking hold in L.A. -- Gehl's "grand project and a grand vision" for Sydney lacks some vital details (like who's going to pay for it?). -- Meanwhile, Farrelly fumes about the whittling away of the city's heritage system to where it's now considered an obstacle. -- A piece of L.A. heritage that was supposed to be temporary in 1969 is finally heading to the recycle bin. -- Dyckhoff on Dubai's architecture turning from tart to tasteful. -- CABE posts praise - and concerns re: some 2012 Olympic designs. -- Heathcote on this year's Serpentine Pavilion: "a carefully articulated mess" that will bring the "expressive theatricality of Gehry himself to London's poshest park." -- Guadalajara Guggenheim still on the ropes. -- Transportation everywhere: In the U.K., government hails public transport, but not putting enough effort into it. -- High-speed rail system could be on track for Southern California. -- Some big names being bandied about for LAX expansion. -- Gunts gives thumbs-up to D.C.'s new Nationals stadium (but for those parking garages!). -- Call for entries: One Good Chair Design Competition. -- Stamp of approval for Back of the Envelope Bush Library Contest winner.

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