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Today’s News - Wednesday, January 28, 2009

•   Campbell offers Obama some advice, and wonders if architects "will begin to have some influence on public architecture" (though they "aren't known for their political skills").

•   High-density TODs in Sydney's future would be a good thing.

•   Los Angeles gets serious about greening its alleys to "into the urban fold."

•   MIT architect is serious about designing a sustainable Haitian village: the poor "should have the best architecture, not makeshift architecture."

•   As California museums struggle, architecture and design curators try to stay optimistic.

•   Bangladesh (finally) gets serious about preserving architectural gems in its capital city, Dhaka.

•   Debate between preservationists and "empire-building doctors" continue, with the fate of historic neighborhood at stake: at least one side "must be pulling the wool over our eyes."

•   Heathcote takes a taxi with Nouvel to his new Copenhagen concert hall and finds it "a joy."

•   Houston's Menil Collection taps Chipperfield to master plan an expansion.

•   MOS bags MoMA/P.S. 1 summer courtyard competition (great slide show).

•   An impressive shortlist for London's King's Cross square.

•   An impressive portfolio of parking structures.

•   Germany exports punctuality to the chaotic city streets of Cali, Colombia.

•   Report from Yale's Rudolph symposium.

•   Call for applications: Deborah J. Norden Grant.

•   Time warp: untouched Communist-era apartment discovered in Leipzig.


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