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Today's News - Thursday, June 21, 2007

We lose a master structural engineer. -- Modern architecture: a "new endangered species." -- Hume on Toronto's cultural renaissance: "creativity has yet to be fully understood at the civic level." -- He's dazzled by Gehry's AGO for reasons you wouldn't expect. -- British developers face squeeze over green standards. -- Kaplicky's Czech library wins U.K. award, while UIA rules design won competition fair and square. -- Young Prague firm shares the secret to its success. -- Q&A with David Rockwell. -- All is now right with Wright school. -- Impressive shortlist for Prime Minister's Better Public Building Award. -- Pearman not at all impressed with "How we built Britain." -- Coming up: Podcast explores how a New Orleans neighborhood plans to become the nation's first zero carbon community. -- Coastal symposium in Barcelona. -- Archidex in Kuala Lumpur. -- How could we resist: Badgers win their 5th "America's Cup of civil engineering." -- Editor's note: we're happy to hear our favorite critic at Newsday, Justin Davidson, is moving to New York magazine as architecture and music critic.

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