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Today's News - Monday, September 10, 2007

Saffron and Pogrebin offer two interesting takes on team picked for Barnes Museum pick. -- Farrelly minces no words on "our ongoing failure to treat nature with understanding or respect." -- Though biomimicry could make Mother Nature the next superstar in architecture and design. -- A call for L.A. to use technology to mitigate urban heat island effect in its quest for density. -- Kaplan on the "Manhattanization" of Los Angeles and "urbanphobia." -- Boddy on Vancouver's need to join the international "gab-fest" about civic improvement. -- A call to save Kampala's architectural heritage in the face of rampant development. -- A master from Pune, India, calls for vision in building a decentralized city. -- Founder of a furniture empire vows to build schools where most needed. -- Wal-Mart spawns eco-friendly start-ups. -- Saffron and Dobrin wax (mostly) poetic about Gluckman Mayner's addition to Philadelphia Museum of Art (no "peacock architecture" here). -- Ouroussoff says we'll need track shoes to keep up with the "globetrotting needed to keep up with the new museums." -- Boddy is left breathless after five days on the Japanese island of Naoshima. -- New art center in Tempe, AZ, is "a triumph in aural architecture." -- Time to add women's names to "Great Builders of Toronto."

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