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Today's News - Thursday, May 31, 2007

ROM's Crystal may "pave the way for more beautiful architecture." -- For Blum, the Crystal's arrival is "not a moment too soon." -- Toronto also to be HQ for World Green Building Council. -- Cleveland's EcoVillage designed by a coalition of young, green designers. -- A rather scathing take on the new "Colossus of Baghdad" (links to images prove it). -- U.K. largest courthouse ready for it's close-up. -- Alsop on prison design. -- Are "living buildings" a step to agriculture in the skies? -- A 19th century warehouse transformed into a contemporary city archive for Antwerp. -- Saffron hopes Philadelphia rethinks plans for President's House site. -- Building momentum to save Rudolph's dwindling legacy. -- Towering battle brewing in the outskirts of Chicago. -- The architect behind the new Billy Graham "barn." -- Hume revisits Mies's Toronto-Dominion Centre, "the finest example of modern architecture in these parts." -- We're very sad to hear that the Minneapolis Star Tribune sacked Mack. -- Call for entries: 4th annual LEAF Awards. -- OURTOPIAS: The DX National Design Conference coming up. -- One we couldn't resist: Gehry gets a giggle from scatological t-shirt.

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