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Today's News - February 21, 2007

Herzog & de Meuron win RIBA gold. -- Three takes on four finalists in Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square competition - with lots of pix (Hume: they're "a bit too respectful"). -- Green working-class housing project in the Bronx hopes to inspire imaginative design for affordable housing everywhere. -- ECB HQ design gets tweaked. -- Britain's new planetarium is otherworldly with "sculpted beauty." -- Contemporary fits nicely in 19th century San Francisco neighborhood. -- Q&A's with NYC's "sheriff of landmarks" about Foster tower controversy, and Diller talks about bricks and Boston. -- Olin wants you to love Atlantic Yards. -- Call for EOI: U.K. pavilion for Shanghai World Expo 2010.


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