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Today's News - Monday, April 14, 2008

ArcSpace brings us OMA and Juhl in Denmark, and a tome of tribute to Utzon. -- A massive eco development for Dubai. -- Beijing's major moves to clear the air: "Just tell everybody they don't have to worry." -- There may be a silver lining in Hudson yards disarray. -- U.K. housing minister on eco-towns: "improbable argument to counter her critics: concrete is good for the countryside." -- Fears that big plans for Edinburgh's Leith Docks "will turn the landscape into a Soviet-style concrete wasteland." -- Heritage watchdogs object to changes in Hopkins-designed Forum (but supported by Hopkins). -- Orange County Great Park plans hit by housing crisis. -- Hume on Toronto's accidental treasure and hopes that it doesn't become too "parkified." -- Bethlehem Steel plant artful plans move forward. -- Plans for a new town center mirror trend to transform shopping centers into downtowns. -- In India, the Pune populace is mesmerized by city's avant-garde postmodern architecture (not all are convinced). -- Does the U.K. need a chief architect to advise it? A Yes and a No. -- Boddy finds new Bing Thom building "a welcome upping of the architectural standards" for Vancouver (with pix to prove it). -- Kamin on the myth-busting green credentials of the GRAM. -- Goldberger wonders if anyone can design a nice airport (and the few who have). -- Who isn't lined up for the chance to design for the Tampa International Airport? -- A look at famous architectural PR disasters (they're not always detrimental). -- How Berkebile overcame a major disaster to become "the godfather of green building." -- Call for entries: No. 16 Henrietta Street, Dublin Open Design Ideas Competition. -- Rawsthorn offers a preview of Milan: the "savviest designers seem to be taking their cues from the looming recession."

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