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Today's News - November 13, 2006

ArcSpace brings us a curvaceous Kurokawa in Tokyo. -- Farrelly calls Sydney's new Biodiversity Banking Bill just a phony fix: "a purchasable license to destroy, without even an eco-assessment of the land in question." -- Maybe they haven't read Sir Nicholas Stern's report that puts "a price tag on global warming, but also argues for an economically viable solution." -- Another report says we had better get ready for millions of "sea level refugees." -- Some British architects are designing for higher water levels. -- Study shows homes of 1500s were/are easier to heat and better insulated, casting doubt on modern building rules (and traditionalists cheer). -- An eco-charity's new "Weetabix house." -- A bird blind leaves Glancey all warm and fuzzy. -- A new source for materials selection evaluates what's know - and not known - about green products. -- Cities finding an unorthodox solution for affordable housing: build atop branch libraries. -- Kamin calls for stronger measures to "prevent fire from sending more of Chicago's architectural treasures to the graveyard." -- Colorado's museum mania continues: finalists for Denver's Still Museum stake out their turf (and highlight what went wrong with Holl). -- UC at Boulder is the next one up. -- Condos inspired by Africa rise in Harlem (with a touch of irony). -- Modernism getting a second chance in Charlotte, NC. -- "Mr. Minimalist" Pawson teams with Britain's "wild man of dance." -- Two advocates for better healthcare design combine forces.

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