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Today's News - Wednesday, September 12, 2007

For the good of the world: MIT's D-Lab devises solutions "aimed at saving the world, one village at a time," and AMD Open Architecture Challenge launches today. -- A de Grey sort of day: Rose has the scoop on Libya's green vision. -- Pearman on Atelier Foster Nouvel adventure. -- Foster's green and preservation design (+$1.11 billion) win big in Singapore. -- Liquid Design in Charlotte x 2: car elevators in luxury condo with save historic Carolina Theatre, and an outdoor lifestyle park (rapids included). -- Bridgeport, CT, gets a peek at big waterfront plans. -- Another cut in height for London's Blackfriars tower in hopes to open in time for Olympics. -- Houston to get its first LEED Silver skyscraper. -- Architects making a name for themselves designing in light. -- Libeskind as "sky fighter" and immortalized in Legoland. -- Polluted Beijing voted China's most beautiful city ("with no hint of irony"). -- The stars are coming out for Arch Record's Innovation 2007: Architecture in an Age of Transformation conference. -- ASLA's 2007 Student Award winners are definitely worth a look.

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