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Today’s News - Thursday, January 8, 2009

•   Weinstein's Words That Build Tip #10: Use space creatively when designing your client communications.

•   Goldhagen's take on '08: architects realized "they've more important things to design than monolithic, high-end goodie bags."

•   Zandberg's take on '08: the "architecture bubble burst...Now, in hard times, it is fitting for the Bilbao architects to show the way. In so doing, they will atone for past sins."

•   Kamin looks to '09: lots of big stuff, but "will the quality match the hype?"

•   Foster, Niemeyer, Hadid, and Prix take on the Spirit of Architecture.

•   South Africa's new Constitutional Court transforms a scar on Johannesburg's cityscape.

•   Not all are convinced of Kolkata's big airport plans.

•   Asia's biggest naval academy is another feather in a Chandigarh architect's cap (a woman, no less).

•   Chicago adopts Green Seal standards to take the lead in green hotels.

•   "What's small and green and can be built all over? The "100K House" in Philadelphia.

•   What's in store for the house of the future: "say bye-bye to bling."

•   Uncovering layers of the past in California's first cathedral - a tiny Spanish mission.

•   Can Martha Schwartz change Will Alsop's famously acerbic views on landscape architects? (the video will tell).

•   Schlossberg wins Shanghai Corporate Pavilion (The Dream Cube) for the 2010 World Expo.

•   An interesting mix of a shortlist for Red Sox spring training complex.

•   A new Center for Architecture for AIA Fort Worth.

•   Heathcote hails Parry as London's "great unsung architect."

•   Glancey's eloquent elegies to the demise of "fine architecture of our breweries," and Waterford Wedgwood: "will someone come to the rescue?"

•   Coney Island's famed Astroland Moon Rocket needs a new home (might it land in an amusement park in Pakistan?).


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