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Today's News - March 20, 2007

Age-old materials and a straightforward design fulfill a growing congregation's vision of a sacred place. -- British firm wins Cyprus Cultural Centre competition. -- Abu Dhabi first ever eco report and plans to beat its bad eco reputation as the "worst environmental footprint per person in the world." -- Large wind turbines for Bahrain World Trade Center set to be an environmental/architectural first. -- Pearman's insightful take on London's skyscraper boom. -- Sliver buildings back in Manhattan fashion - but not all are pleased. -- Planned revamp of Edinburgh's Old Town has preservationists concerned. -- A call to establish a "zipper zone" in Memphis "to promote smarter, more sustainable growth." -- Preservationists and developers at odds of Ft. Lauderdale beach future. -- Will Utzon's failing vision impair Opera House improvements? -- New hospitality trend: abandoned jails - and some great architecture - reborn as hotels. -- Oberlin College celebrates the 30th anniversary of its museum that "helped launch post-Modernist design" ("Ironic Column" included). -- Chicago's coolest office interiors offer the hottest in creature comforts. -- Glancey's take on Britain's "Indiana Jones" of architecture, the star of new V&A show. -- Aalto via Ban is an "inspiring example of the big, friendly Modernist giant." -- Call for entries: Schedium: young architects' drawing portfolios. -- One we couldn't resist: Indianapolis architect announces run for governor.


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