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Today's News - March 6, 2007

Hot off the press: the Louvre and Abu Dhabi sign on the dotted line - good news for Nouvel and the Château de Fontainebleau (not all may agree). -- A call for a major overhaul of federal transportation and housing policies to help struggling U.S. metropolitan areas. -- A study of Massachusetts second-tier cities, and the lessons for thorny issues like housing, sprawl, and workforce problems elsewhere. -- Could a Big Dig in Philadelphia be an answer for reclaiming the city's waterfront, or just pie-in-the-sky? -- Is Atlantic Yards really a done deal? -- A mixed Maine community creates a new identity. -- Take that, erotic gherkins and turning torsos: Koolhaas brings his "cynical wit" to San Francisco, and stirs King to warn of the dangerous side of "gargantuan novelty." -- Rochon finds timidity in all but one of four proposals for Nathan Phillips Square. -- Culture secretary wants "buffer zones" around British heritage sites. -- That could cause problems for Viñoly's planned "Walkie-Talkie" tower, among others. -- TED conference: "Where artists and inventors plot to save the world." -- Is Prague ready for "a huge green and purple jellyfish, with a big glass eye?" -- Mau meets Adjaye. -- Critics don't know quite what to call Heatherwick ("just don't call him architect"). -- Red Bull's London HQ seems "dreamed up by 12-year-olds." -- A call for UAE's design industry to get professional (no "decorators" please). -- Call for presentations for New Orleans Traditional Building Conference.

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