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Today's News - Thursday, March 27, 2008

Ouroussoff minces no words about proposal selected for NYC's Hudson Yards: "lacks even the pretense of architectural ambition." -- Sustainable Sydney 2030 is surgery for the city's scarred visage. --A study explores the challenges to community cohesion in London and how the locals respond. -- Ho Chi Minh City selects urban design winner: "good ideas from other entries would be added into the prized design to make it better." -- Nobel finds nuance in "delirious Beijing." -- China's new cultural icons are "stunning in their sophistication and pieces of art themselves." -- Q&A with San Francisco's new chief planner and the challenges of dealing with "highly informed and opinionated residents." -- King x 2: hits and misses in San Francisco's open spaces; and his growing affection (with some serious reservations) for the new, blue kid on the block. -- Piano hatches triplets for central London's 'forgotten' St. Giles. -- And a £4.5 billion plan for north London. -- Cincinnati celebrates twice: Libeskind's "striking new landmark" opens; and Union Station, "perhaps the most exuberant train station ever built," turns 75. -- Four "buzzworthy" architects take on the "largest residential scheme in Liverpool's history." -- Dietsch is disappointed there's no real "wow" in Washington's "contemporary field of dreams." -- Modular is a growing trend in dorms. -- Tulane students polishing off their third New Orleans house. -- A Calgary architect who uses his upscale skills to help the homeless. -- Rose on the "jangling mass on the Serpentine horizon."

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