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Today's News - December 13, 2006

Harvard GSD's Kayden rebuts Kotkin's derision of the "boutique city." -- Big Apple getting bigger - and greener. -- D.C. to require LEED green from private developers; critics want a choice. -- Solar trees planted in Google parking lot. -- Gardner tries, but can't muster the "good will" to find something good in Gehry's first foray into Manhattan. -- Campbell says make the brutalist Boston City Hall "the best that it can be" instead of tearing it down. -- A plea to save the brutalism: would "yet another new drab skyscraper will enhance the post-City Hall Plaza area?" -- In Scottsdale, Bruder envisions "a crystalline city rising from the natural desert" (sorry, no pix). -- Saffron gives a thumbs-up to Kahn's masterpiece makeover at Yale (and hopes it bodes well for his Trenton Baths). -- A new housing niche: retirement developments for the "gay and gray." -- Designing in safety and security in sacred spaces. -- BBC wonders if new Creation Museum is a "high-tech temple" or "just another Disney-style magic kingdom." -- The Glasgow Mackintosh Festival is a huge hit. -- A Denver gallery show offers "fascinating insights into Libeskind's creative method." -- New book profiles 100+1 Pakistani architects. -- A Burnham flick in the works.

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