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Today's News - January 25, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: There will be no newsletter tomorrow (Friday); we'll be back Monday, January 29. ----- MIT study digs geothermal. -- L.A. needs a big vision. -- Saffron visits Poundbury and (mostly) likes what she sees. -- Celebrating Gehry coming to Utah and hoping that "great architects will one day carry more cachet than rock stars." -- Some interesting results in an international affordable housing survey. -- Holl's adventure at University of Iowa is "an invaluable tool for the school." -- Glancey gushes over a Lutyens cathedral that never was. -- SOM gets nod for new Lake Placid museum branch. -- Truly progressive architecture: P/A Award winners are "a distinct group of projects emerged that address global issues and social welfare." -- Winning visions for Hobart's "cold and lonely" waterfront. -- The mayor of Guayaquil, Ecuador, honored for improving his city's quality of life. -- Call for entries: an Infographic Center in Mexico City, and awards for applying modern technologies to everyday businesses. -- Weekend diversions: an L.A. installation inflates and titillates. -- A new book "detailing weird, wonderful and (mostly) horrific things Americans have done to their landscape." -- April is National Landscape Architecture Month. -- One we couldn't resist: Martha Stewart wants to trademark her village (villagers not pleased).

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