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Today's News - Monday, April 30, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: Early morning design jury duty Tuesday and travel to San Antonio Wednesday means we'll be back Thursday, May 3. ----- ArcSpace takes us to San Diego and Middlesbrough, UK. -- Hunter Lovins and others discuss what's wrong with LEED, how to fix it, and the future of green building everywhere. -- Public buildings are pioneering a move toward environmentally conscious architecture and construction in Taiwan. -- Green construction beginning to take center stage. -- "Aesthetic delight" is not a superficial concern - it is an environmental imperative." -- Is bad design really the cause of social problems? -- Boddy is not totally convinced by Kunstler's views. -- Charleston's revamped preservation plan could be national model for preservation, affordable housing, and where ultra-contemporary architecture should go. -- A Chicago suburb debates how high it should go when it has nowhere to grow but up. -- "Begone, theme park retro" as young designers get some of the hottest commissions in Milwaukee. -- Rochon applauds a developer taking on luxury hotels and affordable housing (and good architects) in Vancouver. -- An insightful Q&A with Cloepfil about the projects "any architect would envy." -- Glancey almost runs out of superlatives for Moneo's "stunning" Prado addition. -- Campbell's take on Gehry's "cubist" adventure in Manhattan (he loves the inside best), and all the other starchitects competing to create "the most iconic of icons" in the neighborhood. -- Pawson's "miracle in Bohemia" proves he's much more than an architect. -- Ditching red brick on an Arizona campus. -- Eliasson talks about his giant spinning top for the Serpentine. -- Q&A Louis Kahn biographer Carter Wiseman. -- A Niemeyer masterpiece lovingly rescued.

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