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Today's News - February 9, 2006

New RIAI chief says architects need to "get their act together" to create sustainable residential developments. -- Why is wealthy Edmonton, Canada, allowing second-rate buildings? -- Architects and students take on affordable housing for another Alberta town. -- A model village with houses made of soil rises in Kenya. -- A green conference in Miami to bring South Florida up to speed re: sustainable design. -- The plug is pulled on Turner Contemporary in Margate: "It all smacks of local politics." -- Koolhaas skyscraper a radical creation for Louisville (with pix to prove it). -- London Library re-build the "very opposite of look-at-me signature architecture" (and that's a good thing). -- Herzog & de Meuron take Manhattan with luxury condos. -- Some surprising treasures uncovered in Chicago theater restoration. -- New life for Belgium's Atomium. -- Ken Smith muses on his canyon in Orange County. -- Niemeyer reminisces about his work in Algeria. -- Dubai billionaire buys London Eye (the architects make out very well). -- Call for entries to transform Boston neighborhood.




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