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Today’s News - Monday, January 12, 2009

•   ArcSpace brings us Morphosis in Italy (makes us a bit dizzy).

•   Arieff dreams about what will save the suburbs.

•   Farrelly chokes on Sydney's suburban fumes (and fumes about toothless planning).

•   Russell thumbs-up's and thumbs-down's to the past, present, future: "New York has a storied history of erecting great public works when times were hard...Now we should prove we can still do it."

•   Bayley waxes practically poetic about economic realities and design, historically and today: "austerity does not have to be ugly or boring" (good fodder for Cannell vs. Moss debate?).

•   Architect of new U.S. Embassy in Baghdad remains mum (perhaps a good thing?).

•   Rochon re: Toronto's Trump tower: "Where's the glitz? ... please, not more green glass."

•   Saffron says despite some deft details, Philly's new main post office doesn't deliver.

•   Washington's historic Georgetown sends Apple back to the drawing board for being too modern with too much glass.

•   A tempest swirls around Calatrava's bridge for Calgary.

•   H&deM revise their Tate Modern plans.

•   More praise heaped on Toronto's Artscape Wychwood Barns.

•   Gensler breaks ground on the 2,000+ foot-tall, the Shanghai Tower.

•   Polshek Partnership's Standard hotel on the High Line gets the Vanity Fair treatment.

•   Kamin offers bunches of takes on Burnham's gifts to Chicago.

•   Q&A with a former co-owner of a landscape architect - now a U.S. Representative - about green jobs, landscape architecture, and running a carbon-neutral campaign.

•   Urban planners turn to artful lighting to showcase a city's character.

•   Some tips to tackle the Cologne Furniture Fair.

•   Call for entries: 3 sustainable studio/living units for ASsociety's artist-in-residency program.



  


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