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Today's News - February 7, 2007

A call for communities to make sustainability a priority in planning. -- LEED seeks pilot projects as it takes on neighborhood development (just in time?). -- By linking old technology with new consumer habits, affordable housing developers promote green construction that does just as well as - or better than LEED standards (alas, no certification). -- L.A. MTA gets serious about sprawl and TODs. -- Rural colleges look to urbanize. -- Some surprises in survey of Americans' favorite buildings - is it "an indictment of contemporary architecture"? -- An American architect leads design of Technopolis Complex in Korea. -- An amusing conversation with Eisenman the "sports nut." -- Winter sun's rays deflected into Italian mountain village square - and people stop to chat. -- Europan 9, VM+SD, and SMPS: an alphabet soup of calls for entries. -- A new anthology documents Modernism in Australia.

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