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Today's News - Friday, May 4, 2007

Kroloff takes on Cranbrook. -- Another take on SAM expansion: the wrapper doesn't hint at the what's wonderful inside the box. -- A radical transformation proposed for Tiananmen Square. -- Not all are pleased with proposal to turn NYC pier into a "Las Vegas on the Hudson." -- The High Line brings a neighborhood to life. -- Contractors not clamoring for London Olympic contracts. -- But ODA now has a senior architect. -- AIA HQ to walk its green talk. -- Glancey says Serpentine "promises to be another hit." -- A sustainable green development is a "timeless masterpiece" in the Philippines. -- A look at the beauties and the beasts on the ballot for Toronto's Pug Awards. -- Tschumi on his "clear and radical approach" to architecture. -- Weekend diversions: Jane Jacobs Day in Toronto. -- Ando's contribution to the Roppongi Art Triangle. -- High time for a spotlight on Mathsson. -- A page-turner: ""Women in Green: Voices of Sustainable Design." -- Canadian masters honored with postage stamps.

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