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Today's News - Wednesday, July 25, 2007

The mayor of Medellín brings beautiful buildings to the city's poorest areas. -- Hawthorne's amusing take on "calling an eyesore an eyesore." -- India's greenest tower rising in Mumbai. -- Chicago's next green tower takes a new angle. -- The Green Exchange is part of a trend in environmentally oriented investments reshaping Chicago's economy. -- When landscape is architecture. -- Architecture as landscape: "just the sort of naff rubbish that architects usually design for gardens" or "a wonderful idea"? -- Liverpool's new stadium - with plans to grow. -- Sacramento's newest addition to be "like a large, billowing sail of glass" on the banks of the river. -- Charlie Rose has a lively chat with Holl. -- Blum finds Cloepfil anything but glib. -- An amusing Q&A with Nouvel. -- Call for Entries: Design Vanguard 2007, and Te Wero Bridge in Auckland. -- A visual celebration of Zumthor's Kunsthaus Bregenz 10th anniversary. -- Christo's next project: a pyramid of oil barrels slated for UAE (where else?).

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