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Today's News - September 27, 2005

The world's tallest: Q&A with the chairman of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. -- Will grand plans for urban renewal in today's New Haven heed lessons from its past? -- Architects and developers: a love/hate relationship. -- Developers devouring old Russia. -- Comment (thumbs-down) and response (thumbs-up) to Gehry's "delirious designs" for Hove. -- New York's "island of dreams" remains just that. -- In China (of all places), questions raised about teaching feng shui. -- Raising the bar in retail design in India: "The problem with many Indian retail designs is that they have been done by interior designers or architects" (h-m-m-m). -- Finally - a British architect theater directors can love. -- Despite doubters, Cleveland museum expansion is a good idea. -- A Masonic Temple transformed into a temple for art in Portland, OR. -- Malaysia has big plans for a 72-acre information and communications technology urban center. -- A faded L.A. gem to sparkle as chic hotel. -- McDonough asked to bring his Cradle to Cradle approach to hybrid cars. -- A long-overdue spotlight on Eileen Gray.




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