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Today's News - February 23, 2007

History proves that it's time to "recession-proof and hype-proof" the green building movement, says Boddy. -- Innovations in green housing design coming from the affordable housing sector in the U.K. -- Big promise in small Katrina Cottage and Lift House. -- New Urbanism brings urban features to suburban communities (warning: outdoor furniture can't be plastic). -- Gehry's large urban projects are really not an "architectural conspiracy." -- Not too many tears will be shed if South Street Seaport sheds its mall. -- A temporary Olympic facelift planned for L.A. Memorial Coliseum. -- Kamin finds a family center is "a textbook lesson in doing more with less." -- Corbu's Firminy chapel is "another example of architecture representing ethics, which is a rare thing these days." -- Weekend diversions: "Some Assembly Required" assembles in L.A. continues its march to "help overcome institutional and government resistance" to green affordable housing. -- "Shanghai Art Deco" tome hopes to "make the Shanghainese look at these buildings in a new way." -- Australian Architecture Association launches Chicago-style 2007 archi-tours. -- Happy Anniversary to the AIA: today marks its 150th year. -- And Happy Anniversary to us: ArchNewsNow launched 5 years ago today!

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