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Today’s News - Monday, September 8, 2008

•   ArcSpace brings us de Portzamparc in Brazil, and Moneo at RISD.

•   McGuigan looks forward to the day when green architecture "won't be discretionary but required...Then we could all shut up about it."

•   Q&A with two U.K. green architects: "Green technology is not something that can be bolted on."

•   A new environmental game to determine how human behavior and land use affect air quality.

•   A call for Phoenix to regain its seemingly lost architectural moxie in settling for low-bid buildings and timid design.

•   Ouroussoff offers a few highlights of the coming architectural season.

•   Davidson dives into a building-by-building survey of what's hot (and what's not) in new New York architecture (it's exhaustive and worth the time!).

•   The architects behind the starchitects (or what the architects-of-record really do).

•   Glancey finds the Darwin Centre "a quietly masterful stroke" (though it might be a bit too "Kafka-esque" for some).

•   Amery finds the "giant egg" a building "of great originality and intelligence...that functions both practically and dramatically."

•   Hadid to get value-engineered again - this time in Glasgow.

•   Rochon on the latest trend in university design: offering "big-city pleasures wrapped up in welcoming, occasionally daring architecture."

•   Saffron is pleased to see the trend catching on in new state college buildings because today, "merely being a bargain is not enough."

•   Rockwell lands the 2008 Sarno Award for contributions to the field of casino design and architecture.

•   MoMA's Lowry begs to differ with Ouroussoff's take on Koolhaas not winning the job Taniguchi ultimately landed.

•   Deadline reminder: 56th Annual P/A Awards - September 19.



  


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