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Today's News - August 2, 2006

Three experts discuss why construction projects fail. -- Badly built buildings waste money: companies must "push energy efficiency up the business agenda." -- A study of a small corner of British suburbia may help spark a suburban renaissance. -- Hawthorne applauds prefab - but offers a much-needed reality check. -- Two voices - for and against - Atlantic Yards mega-project in Brooklyn. -- Bath Spa finally ready for its Bilbao moment (and a slide show we couldn't resist). -- Is the new National Museum of the Marine Corps really all that it can be? -- Good news for Sullivan house; and Chicago launches "Louis Sullivan at 150" website for citywide celebration. -- Back from the brink: Paddington station span saved from demolition. -- What's to be done with a "quirky" school in Canberra filled with quiet nooks and crannies? -- Beijing's Forbidden City forbidden no more. -- Also in China, a biomedical research institute will be a cell in 3-D. -- IFDA survey reveals design industry professionals' radically changing views of their industry. -- Berkeley Prize Essay Competition winners announced (and well worth a read).

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