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Today's News - Thursday, September 6, 2007

Hume calls for adding the pleasure principle to environmental regulations and planning rules. -- BBC wimps out on climate special (it's not their job to save the planet). -- A facelift planned for Brussels' European quarter (design competition info not yet available). -- Elephant & Castle tower and theater by Rogers gets the green light. -- Scottish Ballet looking for last £1 million for a new home in Glasgow. -- Office building transformed into light-filled expansion for Philadelphia Museum. -- Cornell's Milstein Hall faces more challenges. -- Gould has glowing words for Predock's Indian Community School in Wisconsin. -- Rural Studio creates an unusual animal shelter for Hale County. -- Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas bets big bucks to update its party image for the rich. -- Trump writ large is too large for Jones Beach historic park. -- Finally: complete list of Aga Khan Award winners (and link to lots of great pix!). -- National Building Museum to honor Gehry with Turner Prize for Innovation in Construction Technology. -- A big shortage in construction professionals in the U.K. and the U.S., and two programs trying to stem a potential crisis. -- International Design Management Conference coming up in Virginia explores the changing role of design and design management. -- The mystery of Alsop's missing wind turbine.

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