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Today's News - Wednesday, May 23, 2007

A battle brews over billboard blight. -- Sao Paulo, Brazil, banned billboards, and a reporter sees his city as though for the first time. -- Some great ideas for greening mass transit. -- Farrelly on the National Gallery of Australia's "undeniable orifice problem" and the "troubled triangular relationship between 20th-century architecture, city design and museology, all trapped in a single brutalist fortress." -- Denver courthouse design looks more promising, but will it be great? -- Rudolph's Cerritto House is "spared the fate of its demolished siblings." -- Move over, universal design and aging-in-place, now houses are to be "visitable," with "cool" instead of "helpful to older buyers" details. -- NY Mag's take on the next big things. -- Q&A with the oh-so-hot Atelier Bow-Wow. -- U.K.'s Architecture Week looks at "How Green is our Space?" -- Green + Design Conference launches in Atlanta in October. -- Gehry gets sued over jewelry line (not earth-shattering news, but it's a slow news day).

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