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Today's News - Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Greer calls for a "rational housing policy" that builds upwards, not outwards. -- Indian architects feeling the pinch as developers demand international standards of design. -- Goldberger on newsrooms in the 21st century: NYT's "unadventurous space" vs. Bloomberg's "dazzling work environment." -- KPF takes on WTC5 criticism. -- Could glamorous arts palaces and board rooms be the death knell for some exotic woods? -- Australia's Architects Without Frontiers building sustainable futures. -- A Mississauga hospital brings nature indoors. -- American cities move to minimize McMansions (a.k.a. "plywood palazzos" - that's a new one to us). -- A Twitchell-Rudolph house taken apart; "moving some of it is better than losing all of it." -- Corbu's design for never-built Governor's Palace in Chandigarh to be re-designed as Museum of Knowledge. -- Q&A with Dengle: "Architecture is the only art which demands wanderings through space for us to appreciate it." -- Hopes are high that two-year old USC Architecture Graduate School in the Philippines could produce "long-awaited visionaries." -- Ouroussoff on Adjaye exhibit: "his unusual level of sensitivity makes his future seem promising." -- Global Cities "shows architects have lost their 'utopian drive.'" -- Pugin biography is the new must-read. -- We couldn't resist: a Welsh fantasy village fantasy village of "stage-set tricks and juxtapositions and abiding weirdness."

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