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Today's News - Monday, July 23, 2007

ArcSpace brings us an eyeful of Foster's French viaduct, cutting-edge design in Delft, and SL update. -- 15 cities get an "A" for at least trying to be green. -- Rybczynski looks at green design then and now. -- Kazakhstan becoming a hotbed of projects for international architects. -- Beware the "march of McGuggenheims." -- Why isn't there better architecture happening in Malta? -- Boddy brings home lessons from Lyons. -- In India: Bangalore as the fountainhead of a new architectural axis; and cautionary tales from mall designers about "mall-eria." -- Rose ruminates on recent "buildings we loved to hate" - do they work? -- A massive Hindu temple opens in Toronto (nails and steel not included). -- A Balmond exhibition in Denmark has Glancey saluting "the engineer who defies belief." -- Farrelly sits down with Keating to talk about grand plans for the "architectural wasteland" that is Sydney. -- Lewis explains why AIA Firm Award to a female-owned partnership is oh-so-newsworthy. -- There's gold in them thar archives (or so some architects hope). -- Being added to World Monuments Fund watch list of endangered sites could be a good thing for Wright's Florida campus. -- Young architects become activists to save land from turning into landfill. -- The chorographer who loves architects. -- Using laser mapping to create archeological blueprints.

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