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Today's News - November 28, 2006

Good news/bad news/green news day: Cloepfil wins Denver's Still museum. -- Mayne wins Paris tower to rival Eiffel (capped with a field of wind turbines, too). -- The Whitney - and Piano - head to the High Line. -- Conservationists call Gehry's towers for Hove seafront "garish, harsh, and unfriendly." -- Protests and public votes for Gazprom City tower in St. Petersburg (not that either will count). -- Ada Carmi returns to Jerusalem, but Zandberg wishes it was with "a little more modesty, humility, sense of proportion and environmental awareness." -- It's majesty vs. practicality as Grimshaw's dome for Lower Manhattan transit hub gets whittled down a little bit more (again). -- Wolfe does more than whittle away at NYC Landmarks Preservation Commission ("a bureau of the walking dead"). -- Green buildings mushroom as more states and cities make environmentally friendly building mandatory. -- Ski resorts go green on white slopes. -- An inspiring exhibition in Cleveland of affordable, green houses by architects you've never heard of. -- The greening of Grand Avenue. -- Call for entries for ASLA 2007 landscape design awards. -- Pearman likes what he sees in an addition to a "gothic fantasy" in London. -- Stern takes Gibson on a tour of "the Big Apple's architectural core." -- An interesting take on "Skin + Bones" show in L.A.

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