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Today's News - Friday, April 6, 2007

Lessons to be had in 1970 Los Angeles master plan. -- Billionaire (and Ando) beat out Guggenheim (and Hadid) in Venice. -- Piano pockets his 4th(!) Texas museum project. -- SOM takes on nature in the Adirondacks. -- Even with no site in sight, Polshek team on the case in making courthouse fit. -- Hume pleased with plan for 80-story tower at an important Toronto intersection, but hopes the "more rhinestone than diamond" design will be refined; and dry details about the tower (but at least there's an image). -- A starchitect-designed neighborhood regains steam. -- Starting in Virginia, can Swedish style change American attitudes toward prefab? -- Old Havana regaining its glamour (but at what cost?). -- Temples for tourists: what's wrong with having an "Uffiziland"? Nothing. -- Weekend diversions: London: Surrealism and James "Athenian" Stuart at the V&A: both still touch our lifestyles; Sottsass sparkles. -- New York: a Swedish master too long overlooked; hail the cab of the future. -- Monday launches first U.S. National Architecture Week. -- Discovery Channel tuning in to a green leaf.

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