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Today's News - Friday, April 27, 2007

Next Generation winners propose "Lunar-Resonant Streetlights" (very cool). -- Shortlist for Barnes is "a younger, more rarefied group than usual for Philadelphia." -- Hadid and Heatherwick win big in Azerbaijan. -- A preview of Chicago's Spertus Institute: "not a vanilla building." -- Updating a modernist building with "respectful lightness." -- A look at HOK's 7 towers in Songdo City, Korea. -- Johnson's Glass House is a "sleek, machined and feline as a Porsche," says Russell. -- Reconsidering memorials once again. -- Manhattan schist could be a moneymaker for 2nd Avenue Subway. -- Design is more than just "tarting up goods to boost sales." -- Weekend diversions: Campbell says Adjaye's "African Cities" is worth a look. -- King says "Robert Moses and the Modern City" is worth a read. -- Deadline reminder: Van Alen Institute New York Prize Fellowships.

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