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Today's News - Thursday, July 12, 2007

Cool thoughts for a hot day: MIT devises a building made of water. -- A look at the emerging trend in super-sizing architectural firms. -- Boston may be mandating LEED silver, but San Francisco is going for gold. -- Green tax breaks may be costing Las Vegas green bucks. -- Master plan team picked for UB 2020 growth plan. -- Design team picked for London's VeloPark (or perhaps Pringle Park?). -- Russell on Nouvel's 40 Mercer Street: "an assured performance," but wonders why "New York can't trust architects to give it their all." -- Corbu's legacy being shanghaied from Chandigarh. -- AFH puts housing design within reach with OAN. -- The Getty puts Kappe and Lautner archives within reach. -- Imagining the possibilities of the Manhattan waterfront. -- Towering plans for Liverpool's waterfront. -- Reimagining Blackpool's waterfront as the People's Park. -- Plans to make Limerick "a living 24 hour city." -- Looks like no supercasino for the U.K., but how about 3 million homes? -- Two takes on Calatrava's Chicago Trophy and his daughter's feet (no, it isn't a tower - catch the video). -- Winners all: RIAI 2007 Irish Architecture Awards and the 2007 Spark Design & Architecture Awards.

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