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Today’s News - Tuesday, October 7, 2008

•   ArcSpace brings us an eyeful of Lautner.

•   Siza seizes RIBA Royal Gold Medal.

•   Correa, Maki tapped to design Aga Khan Center in Toronto.

•   Kamin offers an eyeful of new super-talls by Smith and Gill in Dubai (where else?!!?).

•   Saffron gives thumbs-up to transform historic Philadelphia bank building into Chemical Heritage museum.

•   Cooper-Hewitt plans to expand.

•   Libeskind's "boot" tower revised.

•   U.S. starting to catch the trend of replacing car space with lively public places.

•   New streetlight technology may be green, but "it ain't pretty."

•   King on San Francisco's 4 new "head-turners" that are the "landmarks of the century ahead."

•   More on HOK's foray into biomimicry.

•   The best time to see the Pentagon Memorial: 1 a.m.

•   Q&A with Adjaye: "Architecture is losing its relevance to life. It's more about spectacle than buildings."

•   Kennicott finds a "compelling serenity" at Niemeyer show in D.C.

•   Thoughtful takes on Corbu by Heathcote, Glancey, and Merrick.

•   Kamin finds Balmond on view in Chicago like "an architectural mystery novel that may - or may not - have a happy ending."

•   The 'burbs on view in Pittsburgh: "a testament to its adaptability and flexibility, suburbia's ability to reinvent itself."


•  - EDITOR'S NOTE: Our apologies for skipping yesterday, but ASLA conference had us hopping about very, very early&hellip


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