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Today's News - Friday, August 10, 2007

We lose a master of the art of sound. -- A longggg shortlist for 2012 Olympic Village. --Farrelly is very down on the dross we call design today. -- Neighborhood activists can make global changes. -- The changing skyline of Pune, India. -- MIT students propose "crowd farms" to harvest energy. -- Boddy is impressed with Canadian mosques that are right at home in their urban settings. -- Alsop's Filmport not the expected "cloud" (though there is a hint of it); and how painting informs his urban planning. -- A British take on Gehry's Manhattan adventure (though a bit dated re: NYC's waterfront). -- Eisenman on his future. -- Khoury on his "deep ambivalence about the high-end reconstruction of Beirut." -- Missing link of Calatrava's Venice bridge slides into place. -- A Wright rightly restored. -- BusinessWeek/Architectural Record 2007 Good Design is Good Business Awards announced. -- Lifecycle Building Challenge calls for your vote. -- Weekend reading: "Russian Architecture and the West."

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