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Today's News - January 29, 2007

ArcSpace brings us an eyeful of new museum projects. -- A sometimes touching, sometimes biting take on the world "now studded with memorials." -- Green giants: A global teach-in on global warming - sign up now. -- Businesses now vying to save the planet; so are British supermarkets, the Super Bowl, and lots of sporting events. -- A new media center in Bristol, U.K., will be "the largest straw bale building in Europe." -- IIDA/Metropolis issue a call for entries for Smart Environments Awards. -- Ouroussoff ponders: Can Gehry save Grand Avenue? -- Adjaye to Dyckhoff: "I feel like a foot soldier at the front..." -- Rybczynski likes the de Young (except from a distance). -- Inspired Dutchmen help Middlesbrough, U.K., lose its "crap town" tag. -- A stellar shortlist for University College Dublin's Gateway project. -- Goldberger rethinks Robert Moses. -- Revisit vintage Moses vs. Jacobs in 1959 Mumford column. -- In Firminy, Dyckhoff finds Corbu the humanist (not the tyrant). -- Hume's heart takes flight at new Pearson terminal. -- Call for ideas to re-use Carlsberg Brewery site in Copenhagen. -- Winners all at 28th Annual Interiors Awards. -- One we couldn't resist: Dubai as the "most curious catechism to capitalism" (amazing images, though no architects named).

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