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Today’s News - Thursday, September 25, 2008

•   Is a south London suburb the right model for Le Grand Paris? ("Parisians can only shudder.")

•   A call for Prague to reconsider "exclusionary practices" in planning its public spaces.

•   Farrelly looks at what London is doing right that Sydney didn't: 'an intelligent, strategic approach to the morning after" the Olympics.

•   More on the slaughter of Moscow's architectural heritage.

•   Helsinki opens a permanent gallery to display development plans, and a call for more transparency in making those plans.

•   Rose on the "Arabian Dream" that is Dubai.

•   Princeton campus plans set to bloom oh so green.

•   An eyeful of Gehry's green dreams for 85 acres in Utah.

•   Hawthorne wonders if Cloepfil has "been foiled by the ghost of Edward Durell Stone" in the "re-cloaked austerity" of NYC's new Museum of Arts.

•   A Q&A with Cloepfil about the historical questions raised by the MAD project.

•   Rybczynski ponders the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial: it "tells us more than we need to know - and, at the same time, not enough."

•   Brussat minces no words about RISD's "abominable new box" (a.k.a. Moneo's Chace Center).

•   An impressive shortlist for Glasgow Athletes Village for 2014 Games.

•   Ellis Island Museum has big plans to expand to touch on other eras of immigration.

•   New West Point library is thoroughly modern - but fits with its past.

•   Glancey goes through the looking glass on a tour of Kapoor's home.

•   Bernstein visits a penthouse that redefines garden apartment: "part home and part testing ground for how architecture and nature can interact."


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