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Today's News - Monday, June 16, 2008

-- Kamin pays tribute to a master who broke the "boxy, modernist mold."
-- ArcSpace takes us to San Francisco and Dubai.
-- Foreign architects may be building India's new skylines, but some say it's a win-win for Indian architects as well.
-- Hume offers five lessons Toronto could learn from Vancouver: "It's not so much buildings as the space between."
-- London mayor wants to bring back lost rivers.
-- Simon Jenkins takes on The Donald's plans for Scotland's Balmedie dunes: it's "an environmental outrage."
-- In Asia and Africa, skyscrapers will rule.
-- Tasmania makes a big commitment to heritage and urban renewal.
-- Facing the aging Boomer generation and growing number of war vets, ADA requirements are being rewritten.
-- Piano takes Kamin on a hard-hat stroll through Art Institute of Chicago's Modern Wing.
-- CABE gives thumbs-down to Hadid's Oxford college extension (lots of pix - you decide).
-- Mobile homes fast losing their "trailer trash" image.
-- A giant bubble to help people get into the art of housing.
-- A green roof is the newest classroom for a Bronx high school.
-- The buzz builds for London Festival of Architecture: Heathcote says don't expect Venice. -- Jencks says Goff is definitely worth reassessing.
-- A look at Eritrea's treasure trove of Art Deco.
-- A celebration for the Hungarian architect who "westernized" Shanghai decades ago.

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