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Today's News - Friday, August 3, 2007

Creative minds fix their eyes on fixing Toronto. -- NYC as Mega-Masterplan City (or everything you want to know about who's building what where). -- A carbon-free city planned for Penang. -- Towering plans an artful backdrop for or looming detraction from St Paul's Cathedral - this one in Melbourne. -- Pelli crafting big plans for Chicago's Wolf Point. -- Another tower for Dubai's Business Bay. -- A massive Cold War bunker transformed. -- Student team wins out over pros in Walla Walla Market Station design competition. -- Winners in Cotton Bay Estates young architects competition hail from around the world. -- Yasutaka Yamazaki: "an interesting figure in the lineage of modernist architecture in Japan." -- Weekend diversions/readings: Heathcote finds "New York 2000" to be "brilliant - the most engrossing, comprehensive and thoughtful book on architecture I have read in a long while," while ""New London Architecture 2" leaves him cold. -- Another take on "God's Architect" and Pugin's "Janus-faced ambition." -- "Loving Frank": Wright as "prophet, guru, narcissist, chick magnet." -- Weekend diversions/on view: Macaulay at the National Building Museum "deconstructs attitudes toward architecture as skillfully as he does the art of building itself." -- "Lessons from Bernard Rudofsky" at CCA is "an understated and quite personal retrospective." -- "Squire Vickers and the Subway's Modern Age": NYC's underground renaissance man.

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