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Today’s News - Tuesday, January 13, 2009

•   The problem with the environmental movement: "No one has created a vision of what happens if we get things right" (can Obama change that?).

•   Amery counts cranes as London "struggles to love skyscrapers."

•   Economic woes hit universities, once the most recession-proof of clients.

•   Denver's Civic Center plans back on the table (with less "fuzzy" guidelines this time).

•   10 years later, Ottawa still trying to figure out what to do with former U.S. embassy (a Cass Gilbert no less!) - a museum in the works?

•   Plans (finally) move ahead to give Nervi's George Washington Bridge Bus Terminal a make-over.

•   King claps for a new public pool: proof that "21st century government can still craft public works that are likely to pay dividends within a community for decades to come."

•   Moore marvels that bureaucracy didn't turn Parry's St. Martin-in-the-Fields make-over into "a piece of grey, masticated gum."

•   Bruce Lee's home wins reprieve from life as a "love motel" to be reborn as a museum (what else?).

•   Singer George Michael has Dallas gallery plans.

•   NYC hopes its transforms its once-gloomy-now-transformed Manhattan Marriage Bureau becomes the "wedding destination of the world."

•   Bernstein cheers Kundig's "strikingly simple" house in the Idaho desert.

•   Stewart finds solace in the economic gloom by speculating on who will design this year's Serpentine Pavilion.

•   A Vietnamese architect with a mission to make more natural dwellings more accessible to the poor.

•   A Durham architect chronicles the modernist movement in North Carolina's Research Triangle region (who knew there was so much!).

•   The California architect, still largely unknown in his own home state, "is among the best-known architects in booming Dubai."

•   MIT and Gallaudet team up to re-think design to take stress out of our sense of well-being.

•   Young superstars: BD&C's 40 under 40.



  


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