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Today's News - Thursday, April 5, 2007

H&deM x 2: The cultural centerpiece of HafenCity, Hamburg , will be a crystalline ice sculpture atop an earthy warehouse. -- Bayley's take on the "Herzog & de Meuron-Tate double act." -- London's "flirtation with tall buildings is becoming a love affair" (but beware the "shape-playing of lesser architects"). -- In NYC, developers could/would build greener - if it weren't for regulators and the utility company. -- Advice to designers of public spaces: pay heed to those who use them. -- An eloquent ode to landscape architecture. -- NYC's High Line holds lessons for Philadelphia's Reading Viaduct. -- Security planning and design excellence are compatible. -- Gehry on Harvard expansion team for "his creative approach to planning, not his architectural prowess." -- It's a go for Roche project in Dublin. -- Louisville's iconic Humana celebrates 25 years (and still one of Graves' faves). -- A 10-year post-occupancy evaluation of Holl's chapel in Seattle. -- 12 new National Historic Landmarks (3 by Wright). -- Stantec steps into NYC. -- UC Berkeley snags 2007 ULI Gerald D. Hines Student Urban Design prize.

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