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Today's News - March 13, 2007

New report says we want "New Urban" not gated communities. -- A green subdivision in Missouri will be cross between co-housing and a conservation community. -- A call for "even the authors of LEED" to refocus priorities. -- A windowless concrete box in San Jose will have zero emissions, zero electricity from the grid (and lots of light!). -- Ouroussoff offers high praise for Maltzan's skid row housing projects: "keen architectural intelligence and a social conscience are not necessarily at odds." -- Artists lofts project in L.A. shows what can be done (if zoning doesn't do it in). -- Not all are convinced by fresh details for Chicago Spire (and no pix - yet). -- First pix of Gehry's "artful expansion" of Weisman Art Museum. -- Viñoly defends his "walkie talkie" tower (as do some other big names). -- Alsop in Delhi says buildings should be fun, and he'd like to design in India, but "architects here don't get paid enough." -- Karachi's remade urban park is a missed opportunity. -- Emerging Voices 2007 are stronger than ever. -- "Robert Moses and the Modern City" has "lessons to teach far beyond the intricacies of urban design."

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