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Today's News - Tuesday, May 15, 2007

U.K. politics and eco-towns: plans to build. -- But is it "a small-minded approach to housing?" -- Find out at a conference that explores whether Britain is all planned out. -- City Debates in Beirut take on rebuilding efforts. -- Homeland security and the impact on architecture and urban design. -- Two roads to brownfield developments in Canada: time or money. -- Abu Dhabi taking a considered approach to fast-paced development. -- Is "dynamic architecture" in Dubai a new concept in design or just a gimmick? -- The debate over the fate of Boston's City Hall is not just about the building. -- Hits and misses: a look at past visions of houses of the future. -- Better workplace design leads to better work. -- China takes on copycat architects. -- It was a great year for the little guys in Australia's Interior Design Awards. -- A Bauhaus exhibit in Dessau offers "ideas that could prove just as vital in our own time." -- Breuer celebrated in Budapest. -- Students who will be making real-life cities of tomorrow meet today's sci-fi city builders at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design. -- "New York Rises: Photographs by Eugene de Salignac" documents the birth of the city's skyline.

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