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Today's News - Thursday, May 3, 2007

We lose an architect "best remembered for his disarming warmth in a business better known for grueling hours and big egos." -- Hawthorne and Boddy give (mostly) thumbs-up to Cloepfil's Seattle Art Museum expansion. -- Glancey is not all that positive about the state of British architecture under Blair. -- Expansion plans for National Gallery of Australia sparks "a fierce national debate" and tests moral rights legislation. -- More than bricks and mortar is biting the dust as Toronto razes its Modernist heritage, says Hume. -- Kurokawa's 1972 Nakagin Capsule Tower has a date with the wrecking ball. -- Norten's Brooklyn venture hits a snag. -- There is some good news: Grimshaw wins over Hadid and Holl in Miami. -- Arquitectonica wins big on Atlantic City boardwalk. -- Foster's next Manhattan tower to include ultra-luxe hotel. -- Reviving Jefferson's "Temple on the Hill" was both inspiring and intimidating. -- A new school proves that green architecture can "compete with the uber-sexy architecture." -- Changes afoot for America's favorite building. -- Have a listen to Emerging Voices winners.

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