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Today's News - Wednesday, July 11, 2007

A first look inside NYT HQ - the Gray Lady sports "Renzo red." -- It's an artful day: Hawthorne offers a (mostly) thumbs-up for Coop Himmelb(l)au debut in Akron. -- Norten's new adventure in North Carolina: a museum that puts sculpture on the skyline with just the right amount of "wow" factor. -- Hadid's Serpentine debut (tonight); and her crystal connection with Swarovski. -- Appelbaum + Gates = a Seattle tourist attraction. -- A former military-electronics complex will transform into Beijing Contemporary Art Museum. -- An international shortlist for Bird Island green home competition in Malaysia. -- Green architecture taking root in Florida and Michigan. -- How design-build encourages green building. -- Suburban cities turning to towers to revitalize their downtowns. -- Columbia University (and the architects) gets grilled about its expansion plans. -- Futuristic design for University of Tasmania research institute morphs its way to approval. -- A touch of Brasilia in store for new Libyan government HQ. -- Someone (finally) in charge (again) of U.N. renovation. -- An artful bridge with a view. -- Olmsted's eternal vision for a cemetery reflects "a higher social function." -- Call for applications: James Marston Fitch 2007 Mid-Career Grants.

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