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Today's News - February 28, 2007

Urban infill housing project in West Hollywood is a high-style oasis. -- U.K. construction industry steps up to the plate with its own Green Buildings Council. -- Chicago and L.A. Olympic bids tempered with temporary stadium fixes "to avoid the white elephants" other host cities have suffered. -- Seattle might get taller and denser - if affordable housing is attached. -- At Clark Institute, while Ando expands, Selldorf picked to renovate. -- Artistic picks for Indianapolis Museum of Art's 100-acre park. -- Corbu show in Cleveland is a reminder that his city planning schemes weren't wrong, but the "the mediocrity of the knockoffs" he inspired were. -- A possible farewell to Chicago's Farwell Building could make other landmarks fair game for façadectomies or worse. -- With a dearth of architectural history being taught, Dyckhoff welcomes Worsley traveling fellowship. -- Kurokawa may enter Tokyo governor race, and wants city to withdraw from 2016 Olympics bid. -- Call for entries: Rose Fellowships and Europe 40 Under 40. -- New book offers words of wisdom to young architects. -- Miami, Bombay/Mumbai; Shanghai: exploring the "Art Deco axis."

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