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Today's News - Monday, April 7, 2008

ArcSpace hails us from HafenCity. -- Multiple tales from Dubai look at its "green revolution" and challenges in its "frenetic pace of growth." -- Macfarlane looks out over (and walks through) Beijing's cranes, concrete, and dust. -- Do plans for eco-towns risk becoming communities of Stepford Wives? -- Segovia's new arts quarter to get the Chipperfield touch. -- Gehry says Miss Brooklyn will "look better than anyone imagines." -- Just because technology lets us build with "whimsy and novelty" doesn't mean we should. -- Dyckhoff assesses Modernist contenders for preservation: "Transforming postwar architecture isn't rocket science" (and choosing Koolhaas for Commonwealth Institute redesign is "a bold, but perfect choice"). -- A Milwaukee Modernist home declared a misfit and about to get mashed. -- Revisiting Rapson with a 1957 excerpt where he laments the "angry sea of un-design." -- Mack's tribute to the master. -- As the Newseum gets ready for its close-up, Campbell loves the contents ("Just don't expect great architecture"). -- Dietsch is a bit more kind. -- It's also "dazzling, innovative and absorbing (or an "overpriced monument to journalistic self-glorification"). -- Audubon's new home brings home LEED Platinum. -- Despite the critics, Chicago's Children's Museum pushes on for park site. -- Saffron on last-ditch efforts to tweak Philly's South Street Bridge design with mostly modest refinements. -- A call to incorporate "passive survivability" into building codes. -- How Paul Williams dazzled Hollywood by surmounting racial prejudice with his elegant simplicity. -- An architect/photographer documents a derelict hospital island in the Bronx that's literally disappearing into the woods.

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