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Today's News - December 20, 2006

We lose a member of a global triumvirate. -- Ideas for making urban housing more affordable (we hope not only for New Urbanists). -- Boston puts private developers on the green road. -- Canary Warf goes carbon-conscious. -- Canadian study shows more roads don't necessarily mean more traffic. -- An American planning expert reviews London's congestion pricing. -- London office buildings transformed for living (and still a way around providing required affordable units). -- Hockenberry finds a miracle in troubled Chicago neighborhood. -- Pearman plays in the "Victorian-ness" of the V&A's Museum of Childhood. -- Guyana gets its very first escalators in a mall (where else?). -- L.A.'s Persian Palaces: the architecture the city "currently loves to hate." -- Four architects discuss "America's architect." -- Call for entries: 2007 Next Generation Award (UK only).

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