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Today's News - Thursday, January 24, 2008

EDITOR'S NOTE: We'll be attending the (extremely) early Contract magazine Interiors Awards breakfast tomorrow - but we'll be back bright and early on Monday, January 28. ----- A new naval training facility takes its cues from theme park rides and video games. -- Call for entries: Millennium School Design Competition developing tropical countries. -- Dublin's new City Architect wants to make the city more people-friendly: "good design makes you happy." -- Foster calls for optimism: good design is the key to meeting the global climate challenge. -- Another big, green project for Abu Dhabi. -- The "people's car" an "eco-disaster" in the making, "keeping some in the environmental community awake at night." -- Pasadena architects, planners, and people survey the city's walkability (some surprises). -- In Boston, a winter garden in the works for Hancock Tower's barren, windswept plaza. -- Plans moving ahead for Salt Lake City skywalk, but not all are pleased. -- As Getty Foundation's Campus Heritage Initiative winds down, results have been promising. -- Crosbie gives two thumbs-ups to Hartford's new library. -- Pogrebin on Hadid's march to Michigan. -- King on SFMOMA's new sculpture garden atop garage, the city's new planning director, and more. -- Big plans to transform an Edinburgh Brutalist eyesore. -- An urgent call to landmark Rogers' Lloyd's Building. -- From an impressive shortlist, an impressive team for London Olympics legacy project. -- Zandberg on a new book that takes "aims the spotlight at a less glamorous category of architecture" in Israel. -- For Boddy, "Wright-like magic" makes what might have been a McMansion more manageable.

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