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Today's News - Monday, September 17, 2007

ArcSpace brings us two competition winners in Denmark and Korea, and a college in the Netherlands. -- What are citizens' rights in a nation doomed to sink into the sea? -- Qatar's radical plan to transform its "soulless cities." -- Kamin gets serious: "Americans have no excuse for overlooking infrastructure." -- The U.K.'s "Blueprint for A Green Economy." -- Perhaps it will assuage Farrell's dim view of the country's "lack of planning vision." -- French president taps starchitects to help shape his legacy. -- Bayley on Bath's "virulent hatred of all things modern." -- Saffron on the potential loss of two more Philadelphia treasures. -- Baltimore adds two to its landmark list, and faces two very different attitudes by owners. -- Becker's take on Chicago Children's Museum plans to move into Grant Park. -- In Milwaukee and Halifax: whose view is it anyway? -- Modifications to Cornell's Milstein Hall plans may be costly, but may be worth it. -- Glancey finds "worthwhile architecture and quiet delight" in a new London inner-city school. -- Boston's public television station's new HQ is (mostly) "a spectacular piece of architecture," says Campbell. -- Winners announced in Living Steel 2nd International Architecture Competition for Sustainable Housing. -- Cooper-Hewitt opens online voting for 2007 People's Design Award today.

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