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Today's News - March 16, 2007

Taglietti takes Australian Gold. -- It's going to take more than architecture, engineering and land-use planning to shake up "Dullsville" (a.k.a. Perth). -- Isolating Asia's "trophy tower" gene. -- Will building boom in Ho Chi Minh City trample its charm? -- Selling air rights in L.A. might not be good news for those on the ground. -- As hurricane season looms, Katrina Index indicates officials better get busy eliminating excessive red tape. -- An Ikea BoKlok development in Gateshead gets go-ahead "despite Cabe hostility." -- High hopes for Istanbul 2010: European Capital of Culture, but discord abounds. -- High hopes for Harvard museum plans despite obstacles (like the neighbors' discontent). -- "Unexceptional vision" for Nathan Phillips Square: why not just add a few benches and some patio umbrellas (and re-do the mayor's office while you're at it). -- A call for hospital design in India to heed the benefits of green architecture. -- Goldberger revisits The Hamptons. -- V&A's Modernism show arrives in D.C. -- An international call for curators for New Zealand's 2008 SCAPE Biennial of Art in Public Space.

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