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Today's News - Friday, May 18, 2007

A sad day: we lose two champions of historic preservation. -- It's Melbourne vs. Sydney in big-picture city planning where culture shines. -- Dallas opts for (mostly) starchitects for museum shortlist. -- Nobel's not-so-glowing take on ICA (and some speculation on why starchitects' buildings seem to always get good reviews). -- Copenhagen waterfront taking lessons from Amsterdam. -- High hopes for Philadelphia's "hidden" riverfront. -- Saffron x 2: New Urbanists land in Philly; and Rybczynski's new book "casts an unsentimental eye on New Urbanism and shows how market forces conspire against its admirable, progressive goals." -- Condos next to chicken coops: new communities developing on/around working farms. -- Brown's eco-towns won't be all that green. -- Farrelly's take on the "mine's greener than yours is" rumble. -- A Virginia county ponders requiring big-box stores to be better neighbors. -- Boddy gives a thumbs-up to Vancouver's hybrid condos. -- Hospitals in India taking healing architecture seriously. -- Prize-winning house is a lesson for Edinburgh's planning committee. -- Stellar projects win IALD International Lighting Design Awards. -- Young architects win big in AIA Wisconsin Design Awards.

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