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Today's News - Thursday, April 19, 2007

An international crowd of designers offers up visions for Landmark Wales (pix of all included, for once). -- Will the price of London becoming the global city prove too high for those who actually live here? -- Farrelly explains why Sydney has mushrooms growing under beds: "a small measure of stupendous idiocy: the introduction of private certification of buildings." -- Hyderabad, India, struggling to "strike a balance between urbanization and heritage conservation." -- Rybczynski Part 3: How a Cornfield Became New Daleville. -- Gragg sees Portland's chance to create "a bold new form of urbanism." -- His pen was "mightier than process-as-usual" in making Portland Aerial Tram look great. -- The "aesthetic deficit" of Seattle's Dept. of Transportation has an architect looking closely over its shoulder. -- The National Museum of Australia may be striking architecture, but it isn't working quite right. -- A Charles Dickens theme park "feels like Disney gone to the dark side." -- Cities need to treat light as more than a mere utility. -- Hawthorne finds loft living, L.A. style, is "a superb mixture of New Urbanist values, whip-smart design and urban grit." -- Polish up your resumes: NEA now accepting applications for a new Design Director. -- Awards galore in Ireland (but why are some juries so mean?). -- An airport tower in Boston now chirps, whistles, and bleats.

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