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Today's News - Wednesday, December 12, 2007

ArcSpace takes us to Chicago, Shenzhen, and Córdoba. -- A big week for Foster + Partners: yesterday it was Oman, today it's Saadiyat Island museum win and eco-friendly master plan for five Bulgarian hill towns. -- Op-Ed: Is security setting the design agenda? (we wonder what's wrong with RIBA taking on sustainability, and what is a "shadow minister" anyway?) -- Architect revisits Laban Dance Centre on year later and likes what he sees. -- Who's jumping into Melbourne's St Kilda triangle fray - and who's not. -- Death of light rail project pinches university plans. -- Kaplan gives thumbs-up to public process for L.A.'s Chinatown North (now all it needs is a new name). -- Philadelphia gets its first look at revised plans for salve memorial. -- Dyckhoff visits the cigar-chomping Niemeyer: "We hated Bauhaus. It was a bad time in architecture. They just didn't have any talent. All they had were rules." -- Q&A with Bellini re: the "architectural playground" that is China. -- An eyeful of Norway's most important buildings. -- A LEED Platinum home in L.A. goes on the block on eBay (starting bid: $2.85 million!). -- Call for nominations: Cooper-Hewitt's 2008 National Design Awards (deadline looms!). -- Call for session proposals: Greenbuild 2008. -- U.K.'s £50 million Big Lottery winner makes winners of many. -- New to us: 2007 World Leadership Awards celebrate best in city leadership (Las Vegas wins 3 categories). -- We could resist: Tate Britain's grim Christmas tree (how depressing).

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