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Today's News - Tuesday, September 4, 2007

ArcSpace's travel adventures in Japan, and a chocolate museum in Mexico City full of surprises. -- A call to use performance-based transportation credits in LEED (do bike racks really make a difference?). -- Green housing project wins awards (but living there is no prize for residents). -- Britain's urban brownfields turning a natural green. -- The age of the engineer is here (where would starchitects be without them?). -- A Danish firm selected to design a Norwegian landmark. -- Germany's biggest synagogue reopens (great slide show). -- Ouroussoff can't get Tschumi's Blue Building out of his mind. -- Battle heats up over Mexico City's towering plan. -- Rose takes on the fab and the mundane in new hotel design. -- Denver's new courthouse will be stone and glass (surprised?). -- First report out on 2007 Aga Khan Award for Architecture (would have been nice if it included all the architects). -- For Labor Day, Lewis honors the labor of the creative trades. -- "MIT's Pioneering Women of Landscape Architecture" project takes International Archive of Women in Architecture award. -- The 1% Solution launches a three-pronged initiative help architects realize their best intentions. -- RMIT University students take their best intentions to Vietnam. -- One we couldn't resist: "A tomb for all people" in the world's largest pyramid in Dessau (we found the website; maybe you can find the call for proposals).

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