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Today's News - August 4, 2006

A survey of experts "with the modest ambition of challenging the downbeat spirit of the age." -- In Canada, ore developers see gold in jumping on the green (and smart growth) bandwagon. -- Utopia(?) is under construction in British suburbs. -- Mini wind turbines approved for Alsop tower in London (not all are convinced). -- A look at dorms of the future. -- "Artistically adventuresome" Absolute tower (a.k.a. Marilyn) in Mississauga adopts a sister. -- Artistically adventuresome design in South Carolina struggles to find a place next to authentically historic and "plastic pseudo-historical" architecture. -- "We are not a bull-in-china-shop developer"; does that mean there's hope for Saarinen's Bell Labs? -- Saffron wonders if Hadid can thrive in the "brave new world" she's helped create. -- Can Schnabel out-do Starck for new Schrager hotel? "...this is something that really isn't that hard to do." -- It's worth shuffling off to Buffalo for a dose of the Wright stuff. -- A Wright exhibition in Boise could teach us a lot.

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