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Today's News - August 24, 2006

An "Urban Bill of Rights" for Berkeley (other cities should consider). -- If Mrs. Bata builds her dream town, it will be "a model for bottom-up municipal planning." -- A British transitional housing project residents don't want to leave (and the neighbors actually like). -- Proposal for Edinburgh's St. Andrew Square considered by some to "showy" and "oppressive." -- A "spaceship" stadium in St. Petersburg, Russia, about to land. -- Thailand's new airport (considered rather generic by some) gets its "Thai-ness" through art. -- While Paris considers rebuilding Tuileries Palace, it is not unique; a surprising number of European landmarks are reproductions. -- High hopes for Toronto Film Festival HQ - and great design because architect negotiated an "incredibly opinionated" design committee "with humor." -- Scotland's RMJM has a very busy Moscow office. -- Sudjic wows them in Melbourne. -- Good news for architecture billings (let's hope it lasts). -- A Wright protégé pens his memoirs. -- On View: "Team 10" at Yale, and Cape Cod's modernists in Provincetown.

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