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Today's News - Tuesday, July 3, 2007

EDITOR'S NOTE: We are taking a break for a few days of independence...we'll be back Monday, July 9. ----- Modernist masters minimized: more on Boyd House II facing the auction block and razing Phoenix Modern. -- The public process that brought "a ringing endorsement" for new urbanism in a Hudson River city. -- GSD offers a "stunning vision" for Belfast's future. -- An eco-village on the horizon in Texas. -- Yale lab lands LEED Gold. -- A Florida children's museum will have kids seeing green. -- Dallas does SoHo. -- London Olympics: park design "lacks joy and imagination" says Olympic alum. -- Then there's that pesky logo (it's "evolving"), and Olympic Park itself in jeopardy. -- Experts weigh in on current/past logos. -- Facelift for Les Halles will be "a little audacious and certainly poetic." -- King finds a molecular lab may be just a box, but one with "pure streamlined punch." -- Landscape architects in India finally getting respect. -- A high-tech office with a taste for the '50s. -- An '80s landmark gets a meticulous makeover. -- "Twin Peaks" arrives in Brooklyn. -- And yet another huzzah for Zaha. -- Diversions for a long weekend: 15 green movies (and then some).

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