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Today's News - March 29, 2007

A Virginia county gets serious about design. -- A blue-ribbon day for Richard Rogers (we sifted through countless reports and found several by some of our faves that are more than repeats of press release). -- A London debate about the future of cities was "silly and thought-provoking by turns." -- Though it's too late for some Manhattan neighborhoods, new zoning will see fewer "Godzilla condos" on the skyline. -- Future is not bright for Breuer tower in Cleveland. -- Herzog & de Meuron gets go-ahead for Tate expansion (lots of pix!), and set to break symphonic ground in Hamburg. -- Mid-century Modernism moves mainstream (but we're still losing some gems). -- For Hume, proposals for Toronto street furniture are over-designed: "Let the thing be what it wants to be." -- An American architect's "pioneering design studio" blossoms in Bangkok.


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