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Today's News - Monday, February 25, 2008

ArcSpace brings us a concrete canopy in France, a call for entries to design a virtual (and real) eco-friendly community (full disclosure: yours truly is a juror), and Yeang's new book, Ecodesign. -- Time serves up a biggie on Masdar City (plus Q&A with Foster). -- Two takes on L.A.'s downtown developments: yes, the economy is taking its toll; but no, the sky is not falling. -- Saffron on Philadelphia's need for a skyscraper policy: city needs to decide where they should go. -- Columbia University's expansion plans more than an aesthetic debate. -- Yale plans take traditional cue from Princeton (perhaps with better ornament?). -- Perhaps both should read Heathcote's argument for ornament (it's "well on its way to decriminalization"). -- Becker on Chicago's pitiful landmarking process. -- Shuttleworth re-making a 1950s eyesore on Baker Street. -- Forget Oscar fashions - Dyckhoff offers up what fashionable buildings will be wearing this year. -- Maki making his mark on Astor Place. -- Kaplicky's "Czech hat-trick." -- Glancey spends some quality time with Rogers: he "has just one mission: to make everyone's life more enjoyable." -- Adrian Smith on second chances: "Architecture is an old person's profession." -- Hawthorne is (mostly) impressed with Walker show on suburbia. -- CABE/RIBA speed dating exercise, where "architects tarted themselves around ruthlessly to get work." -- We couldn't resist: a "Pepsi Globe" Ferris wheel for Xanadu. -- And a Southampton pyramid time piece (calendar included).

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