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Today's News - July 21, 2006

Inspired, green architecture no longer an oxymoron. -- Other cities look to Chicago's speedy green building permit program. -- Ground Zero: "How could something so important and sensitive, something so in need of an inspired touch, go so wrong?" -- In Dún Laoghaire, Ireland, big plans for derelict Carlisle Pier are stalled. -- Saffron reviews fourth casino proposal for Philadelphia: a "charmless design on wrong site." -- Things are looking up for Museum of the City of New York. -- Hadid offers revised design for London's Architecture Foundation HQ. -- Moving beyond his white period, Meier's "influence on American cities is greater now than it has ever been." -- In Chicago, a Sullivan masterpiece gets its hat back. -- In New Delhi, new life for Lutyens' Baroda House. -- Sparks still flying over Harvard's renovation of Aalto's poetry room. -- Bio-inspired design shaping the future. -- Space architecture: making a home on the moon. -- Weekend diversions: The real star of National Building Museum's "The Green House" exhibit: the resource center (touching is encouraged). -- In London, "Archipeinture: Painters Build Architecture" paints a concrete jumble. -- Money magazine's Best Places to Live index offers up a few surprises.




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