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Today's News - Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Abu Dhabi 2030 to establish a sustainable and environmentally friendly urban plan for the city. -- Outdated suburban standards not the way to go for L.A.'s urban planning today. -- So bring on a billion-dollar condo tower (and perhaps glut?). -- A winner in Toronto's Lower Don River competition. -- Depending on the eye of the beholder: new Akron Art Museum is a masterpiece or ink-blot test; and a sound barrier is either "a Bilbao WOW" or "more gory than Gehry." -- Row continues over Czech Library's "octopus" design. -- King admires two new public buildings that emphasize "physical substance over garish abandon of architectural bling." -- Chicago's Columbia College picks an architect (now all it needs is the money). -- You, too, can sit on a Libeskind (for only $12,000). -- Call for entries: 2008 Global Award for Sustainable Architecture. -- A fanciful mural of world architecture at JFK. -- LTL Manhattan eatery design wins food Oscar.

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