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Today’s News - Wednesday, September 12, 2012

•   Kimmelman and Iovine offer their takes on the Venice Biennale: "probably the less said, the better, about 'Common Ground'" (ouch!) + It "laid bare a profession wrestling with its demons and a deeper dread that the public considers it irrelevant."

•   Saffron has high hopes that Philly's "luckless" Kimmel Center will "turn itself into a hip, welcoming hub" with new rooftop garden.

•   Lincoln Center Theater and BAM turn to Hugh Hardy for new venues.

•   Litt gets a sneak peek at Cleveland's rising convention center and medical mart: "To visit the latest stage of construction is to be impressed by the sheer bigness of the project and the raw muscularity of its interior structure."

•   CF Møller's new museum in Norway is "inspired by the glacier and ice-filled surrounding landscape."

•   Not all are thrilled with plans to revive Havana's incomplete and long-abandoned ballet school.

•   Plans for London's long-stalled mega-mosque are submitted by yet another architect.

•   More work in Hong Kong's West Kowloon Cultural District is "up for grabs."

•   Canberra, Australia, and Lucknow, India, celebrate a shared architectural legacy to be commemorated this month.

•   A young Cape Town architect "has a passion for the city and turning it into a pedestrian friendly city."

•   A good reason to be in NYC next week: ENYA Future Now Summit for emerging professionals.

•   It's a long shortlist for the Australian Institute of Architects' 2012 National Architecture Awards.

•   Call for entries: RIBA launches international design competition for York's Guildhall and riverside quarter + Maison de l'architecture du Québec MAQ Young Architectural Critic competition.


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