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Today's News - Monday, May 5, 2008

ArcSpace brings us UNStudio's first NYC project, and Studio Granda in Iceland. -- British architects sound off about their wishes for London (will the city's new mayor listen?). -- King says planned new high-rise area in San Francisco "can exude a dynamic urbanity" - with attention to what's on the ground. -- Miss Brooklyn to be a lot shorter (and renamed "B1" - ugh). -- Now in its 5th incarnation, design for Chicago Children's Museum still leaves Kamin with questions. -- Heathcote gives two (more like three) thumbs-up to London's first Maggie's Centre. -- American urban rivers making major comebacks. -- Hume's eloquent ode to the lost art of strolling. -- Columbia, Maryland, in search of its own urban center. -- Debate heats up over plans to redevelop San Francisco's Parkmerced neighborhood. -- Kamin on the ever-changing and complex battle to preserve Chicago's past (facade-echtomy, anyone?). -- He has some hopeful news re: SOM's 1954 Gunner's Mate School/Building 521. -- Architects brainstorm ideas to re-use Saarinen's Bell Labs. -- A castle-like former asylum in upstate New York gets a face-lift and a new purpose. -- Aging planners not being replaced by younger generation. -- Flight 93 Memorial design still raising hackles. -- Calls for entries: AIA National Healthcare Design Awards, and 2008 Record Interiors awards. -- SEGD Conference heads to Austin at the end of the month.

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