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Today’s News - Tuesday, April 5, 2016

•   Another line-up of notable names add their eloquent voices re: Dame Zaha (every one of them is a must-read!).

•   Gumusyan ponders why "an American architect has to put in twice the effort of his European counterpart to reach the same result? Two culprits come to mind: regulation and education."

•   King is more than a bit disappointed in LinkedIn's new, "overbearing" San Francisco HQ: it "has all the charm of a well-tailored packing crate" (in an e-mail he said it "soars as architecture, but flunks as urban design").

•   Welton thinks SHoP "seems a natural choice" to make over SITE Santa Fe: it "delivers a high-performance attitude to the new space."

•   O'Connell considers COP21 and whether the Paris climate agreement will "change how architects approach their work. The issue is well-understood, but not enough people are acting on it."

•   Meanwhile, COTE publishes "Lessons from the Leading Edge," a new report that takes a look at what 189 AIA COTE Top Ten Projects winners have in common.

•   Eyefuls of Productora's Pavilion on the Zocalo in Mexico City that just won the MCHAP.emerge Prize.

•   Call for entries: ARCHITECT's 10th Annual R+D Awards + Be Original Americas Inaugural Summer Design Fellowship (deadlines loom!) + 6th International Future Architecture competition.

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