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Today's News - Wednesday, April 4, 2007

Viñoly wins big Battersea Power Station project. -- Hadid handed another Dubai project. -- Alsop makes U.S. debut in Yonkers. -- Charles Gwathmey adds to his Miami museum. -- Nottingham "is having its Barcelona moment" with a new public square "designed to reeducate the city in civility." -- A stalemate in battle to save Johannesburg landmarks. -- What policy-makers and giant developers still need to hear about green design. -- Will Boca Raton mandate green development? -- A mega-resort for Nigeria, where "international tourism is almost non-existent." -- King tours Union Square with a Harvard planner, and muses on "Visualizing Density" and Pritzker winner's San Francisco connections. -- Shortlist for Gulbenkian Prize just got shorter (why don't they ever name the architects?!!?). -- FAT's irreverent London tearoom: "Swiss chalet meets Goldilocks." -- Call for entries: International Urban Landscape Awards. -- New book by Rybczynski takes on more than traditional neighborhood developments. -- "Unpretentious, unassuming, unembarrassed" architecture takes a bow in Atelier Bow-Wow's Tokyo show. -- Has a French architect solved the mystery of the Great Pyramid's construction?

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