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Today's News - Monday, April 28, 2008

EDITOR'S NOTE: We're back - with a lot of catching up to do! ----- ArcSpace takes us to Lisbon and brings us a new book with an inside look at Vitra's collaboration with architects and designers. -- One year later, experts assess PlaNYC 2030. -- King assesses San Francisco's plans to go ever higher. -- Only in Las Vegas: plans to build a new downtown right next to the decaying one. -- Hume is optimistic about Waterfront Toronto's first housing project for West Don Lands. -- Lewis bemoans the pathetic state of American infrastructure: is anyone paying attention? -- Krier x 2: he attacks "idiot" architects who build "absurd shapes"; and of sustainable architecture and the environmental merits of traditional buildings. -- AIA Billings Index portends recession. -- A Caribbean luxury development boasts big-name architects, but does it bode well for the birds? -- Better news (and big bucks) for badgers: U.K. eco-home (only about $6,000/square-foot). -- Hawthorne hails Viñoly's creative approach to UCLA project (it has "intriguing things to say about the role of the parking garage"). -- And he has high hopes that Dodger Stadium re-do will "encourage fans to come earlier, stay later - and even visit in January." -- Glancey is aglow about newly restored St-Martin-in-the-Fields on Trafalgar Square. -- An eyeful of Alsop's new pavilion for Yorkshire County Cricket Club. -- Boddy is practically giddy over "a bold new interpretation" of Westcoast Modern. -- Dubbeldam's distinct Dutch-American blend: "tactics for one-upmanship" not included. -- An eyeful of 2008 Europe 40 Under 40 talent.

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