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Today's News - February 24, 2006

A change in green building standards in Washington, DC, has some seeing red. -- One big thumbs-down for Sydney Opera House addition. -- Architecture's fame game: does it empower or undermine (or is it all about eyeglasses)? -- A Johannesburg architect searches for a "South African Style" malls to get away from "vulgar taste for Tuscan and Balinese theme parks." -- Londoners win bid to transform Morecambe's central promenade. -- An international team picked to design high end (and green) hotel in India. -- Exclusive living in soybean silos in Copenhagen. -- Winery architecture still making news - this time, the firm doing more than anyone (and quietly). -- Yale symposium takes on Philip Johnson: master or poseur? -- Another thumbs-up for MoMA's "New Architecture in Spain" show. -- Accolades for Malaysia's Top 10 architecture firms. -- The American Society of Civil Engineers shortlist for Outstanding Achievement Award: from South Carolina to Slovakia. -- [Editor's note: This week, ArchNewsNow celebrates its 4th anniversary...here's to many more!]




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