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Today's News - February 6, 2007

We lose a "humble giant of 20th-century design." -- London's 2012 Olympics is "one of the biggest planning applications in European history" (now all they have to do is pay for it). -- plaNYC 2030 may be a "unique planning effort" - but will the next mayor buy into it? -- Washington, DC, preparing a master pedestrian plan. -- An impressive shortlist in Toronto's Lower Don Lands competition. -- Community-driven approach instead of "vanity logic" brings some beautiful buildings to Britain (there are some misses, too). -- Mockbee's legacy lives on in Hale County. -- The Perrinepod: a Perth architect's "audacious new idea" for living. -- CA Boom 4 Prefab Zone will offer viable housing options. -- San Francisco 49ers envision a stadium of the future (though not in S.F.). -- An "amicable split" lets a Las Vegas architect have fun again. -- Mackintosh mysteries revealed in Glasgow renovation. -- BD+C's "40 Under 40" winners. -- Kamin finds "good architecture shows apparently come in threes." -- "Frank's Home" opens in NYC: this Wright is not so right.

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