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Today's News - Tuesday, July 10, 2007

We lose an architect and beloved mentor to many. -- Building codes rising to meet high-rise chalenges. -- Dyckhoff adores (and disses) the 10 tallest building projects. -- Another London tower (Viñoly's "Walkie Talkie") gets the green light. -- A San Diego tower tones down the innuendo. -- A "not a very healthy trend" in city building in "glassy, gaudy" Gurgaon, India. -- Can Gehl quell Times Square? -- A call to make LEED-CI work for small businesses. -- Modernists, Brutalists, and Art Nouveau masters under threat in Chicago, Wisconsin, and Malta. -- Gardner takes on Meier's "Modernist bearings." -- McGuigan queries MacKay-Lyons about his "renewed modernism." -- Art Institute of Chicago makeover: rethinking a masterpiece. -- Saitowitz cooks up a museum for Tampa (a city not known for "sophisticated architectural preferences"). -- Enough with process - St. Louis wants to see "bold" design for its new museum. -- Chicago's new hottest name in architecture. -- How could we resist a Glass House guessing game!

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