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Today's News - Friday, September 14, 2007

Next up for Dubai: a "jungle" hotel. -- Trump trumps the birds with 2 million bucks to build golf resort on conserved coastline north of Aberdeen, Scotland. -- Is Beirut ready for a memory museum? -- Moving Children's Museum may - or may not - be an answer to fixing a "nowhere" space in Chicago, says Kamin. -- Meeting of the Minds Conference explored need for horizontal learning between cities. -- Collaboration is the music behind "Singing Ringing Tree." -- Alsop tasting all sorts of flavors in Tutti Frutti competition. --Pentagram makes its mark all over NYC. -- Weekend diversions: Hawken's "Blessed Unrest" lets us see old green building debates with "new eyes and new hope." -- "Designing for Designers" shows that "buildings should not be only artistic statements or only utilitarian." -- San Francisco's Architecture and the City Month launches: Sardar with some neat surprises. -- Mayne on his San Francisco Federal Building and architectural optimism. -- Eliasson wowing them at SFMoMA. -- His dialogue with Thorsen and curators re: Serpentine Pavilion. -- London's Open House weekend: a list of smaller, hidden treasures (and not a Gherkin to be found). -- On view: "Designing Modern" in Philadelphia, Piranesi and Maurer in NYC, and more. -- We couldn't resist: Goofing off is good for us. -- Nap spaces and devices: the next corporate office trend?

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