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Today's News - Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Glancey pays tribute to a master of "an unfashionable kind of architecture: buildings that were civil, intelligent and humane." - Moscow's architectural gems being bulldozed to build "ghettos for the rich." - Ouroussoff is taken by obscure Russian architectural gems from the '70s and '80s on view in NYC. - Glancey finds Gordon Brown's "eco-towns" plan not much more than greenwash. - Kaplicky defends his Czech National Library design. - If Brighton, U.K., can attract the likes of Gehry, Gough, and Eyre, then how can it accept "ugly, square, lumpen, dull slabs" for a housing scheme? - An architect dedicated to bringing affordable, well-designed housing to blighted areas of Milwaukee. - A historic Virginia icon reborn as an "intriguing 21st-century masterwork." - A new "heart of glass" for Johns Hopkins' historic Gilman Hall. - Russell declares Holl's Nelson-Atkins expansion "a rich and accomplished work of U.S. design." - Adjaye's Denver museum will gleam LEED Gold. - Cobb's San Diego tower promises to be "dignified rather than flashy." - Winners announced in Cooper-Hewitt's 8th Annual National Design Awards. - Prouvé's Maison Tropicale on public view in Long Island City (come up with $4-$6 million and you can take it home!).

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