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Today's News - Tuesday, August 21, 2007

Survey on green construction shows major misjudgments. -- U.K.'s Merton Rule not really as green as it purports to be. -- Small businesses tapping into green energy in D.C. -- Hawthorne on green spaces in L.A.: "one of the most crucial urban-planning issues" facing the city's future. -- From Australia: Perth may have new-found optimism, but it still has a long way to go to be a world-class city. -- Missing in Melbourne: a clear vision (and too much Robert Moses-style planning). -- Pearman finds Valencia's mayor a power-house of vision. -- A call to end the "bogus brouhaha" over Fayetteville Museum. -- Russell on making a new home for Barnes collection: will be "the most peculiar major architectural commission in years." -- Towering plans for London's Victoria station. -- Dyckhoff, Glancey, and Woodman offer their spin on the spiraling Serpentine Gallery (opening this weekend). -- Chicago Mag (and the pro's) pick the city's Top 10 contemporary masterpieces. -- In a Modernist mode: What's so bad about modern architecture? (nothing). -- New Canaan finally taking its small Modernist masterpieces seriously. -- Boddy finds "the best modernist house on B.C. shores." -- On politics and design: "We cannot wait for neo-enlightened political leadership. We have to act now."

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