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Today's News - Friday, September 7, 2007

British troops have exited Iraq, now UK firms move in to master plan Kirkuk. -- Building super-tall in earthquake-prone San Francisco means entering unexplored territory. -- How many of London's towering visions will become reality? -- No major changes for WTC tower plans, but some street-level details revealed, and memorial museum "promises to be an energetic exercise in deconstructivism." -- NYC's Chief Urban Designer muses on the meaning behind plaNYC: "nothing short of a new compact with nature for the urban dweller." -- RMJM has big plans for Edinburgh's Leith Docks revamp. -- Big revamp plans for a children's hospital in Australia. -- A new museum slated for historic Washington, DC, bank building. -- Kamin on a Chicago-area "American Idol"-inspired contest for funds to rehab a favorite landmark (vote often!). -- Treehouses rule in U.K. and New Zealand. -- King finds architectural whimsy and inspiration (and plenty of junk) along an interstate. -- Some Seattle firms make fun a serious business. -- Dumpster diving pays off for Cornell architecture students. -- Weekend diversions: Move over Legos - an architect dreams up an amazing desktop diversion. -- "Strange Details" offers "focused, legible, and sympathetic readings" of four milestones of mid-century modernist architecture. -- Eliasson brings his Icelandic visions to SFMoMA. -- A film offers a curious look at Dakar architecture. -- The artisans of Kyoto.

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