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Today's News - Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Sydney's Lord Mayor offers her vision for the city's cultural future. -- Heathcote has high hopes that Chipperfield will finally make his mark in London. -- Mexico City to get Latin America's tallest tower by Koolhaas. -- Arquitectonica's towering plans for Abu Dhabi. -- Kamin sings high praise for Chicago's newest, tallest (for now), and greenest tower. -- Dyckhoff finds St Pancras station restoration "breathtaking." -- Sad news re: the station's adjoining Midland Grand Hotel. -- What's cool, what's questionable about 5 proposals for MSU's new museum. -- The Millennium Dome sports Miami Art Deco flavor for its "feel-good playground." -- First step complete in Banff Centre revamp. -- 2007 English Heritage Buildings at Risk Register released. -- How do you build a subway in soggy Amsterdam? Very carefully. -- Q&A with Prince-Ramus: Do you feel yourself becoming more REX and less Rem? -- San Diego design award winners take being green to heart. -- Winners announced in first Zumtobel Group Award for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment. -- "Some Assembly Required" lands in Virginia.

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