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Today’s News - Tuesday, September 2, 2008

•   ArcSpace is back with an eyeful of Norwegian Museum of Architecture's new pavilion, Zaha in Zaragoza, and Architecture Now! 5.

•   Is sustainability boring? Braungart defends his theory "Cradle to Cradle."

•   An architect in Jakarta who badgers for better, eco-friendly development policies.

•   NYC greens the pot to entice developers to include green roofs.

•   Engineers close to turning carbon dioxide into cement.

•   Three Olympic venues being scrutinized to determine if they're worth it.

•   Meanwhile, Australian ready to go for London Olympics gold.

•   Mays marvels at six new towers rising from muddy pits in Toronto.

•   Kamin gives thumbs-up to Chicago for tapping talent to rethink prototypes.

•   It's a go for Germany's largest mosque in Cologne (not all are pleased).

•   Glancey fears the trend of railway stations becoming glorified malls is on the wrong track.

•   Heathcote takes on Titan prisons: where are the architects?

•   Robin Hood Gardens decision to get a re-think.

•   Hume takes on Corbu, "Modernism's concrete prophet," and how he still factors into debates over urban environments.

•   New plans bring high hopes for Saarinen's Bell Labs.

•   Perhaps it's time to revisit an early rotating building - 50 years later it still works.

•   Survey finds U.S. architects getting on board with pro bono services - with many giving more than the requested 1%.

•   It's splitsville between HOK and HOK Sport - but they'll still be friends.


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