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Today's News - April 7, 2006

Western architects working in China must deal with a "sense of transience...nothing is permanent, even buildings thousands of meters tall." -- Farrelly comments on obesity in bricks and "fat-burban aesthetics." -- Vancouver's happy, healthy high density, and what makes a city center a good place for children. -- Two takes on architecture's scientific revolution. -- A new museum in Paris is a controversial legacy. -- A Grimshaw gallery in Spain might not be called beautiful, but it has "a jolie-laide of a thing, rather like the city it sits in." -- Baseball season: Chicago's Wrigley Field bleacher expansion looks like it's always been there, but it's not retro. -- NY Mets, on the other hand, is meant to evoke memories of Ebbets Field. -- A new campus student center is a living laboratory for students who will be designing the buildings of the future. -- Green roofs taking root in British Columbia. -- In L.A. "architecture geeks" are up in arms about possible loss of Trader Vic's. -- A new book gives an in-depth look at two masters of Zionist urban architecture. -- Purdue takes the prize for "Rube Goldberg Machine Ate My Homework."

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