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Today's News - Tuesday, September 18, 2007

An expert offers some basic risk management considerations to determine if BIM is right for you. -- When it comes to planning, Johannesburg "should look to France, Brazil, the US and China for examples of what is possible." -- A disconnect between concept and implementation has made it slow-going for San Diego's City of Villages plans. -- An "ambitious and environmentally friendly" housing development planned for Gateshead College campus. -- An "off-beat" Berlin neighborhood fast becoming creative class hub. -- Two different endings for two 1960s council estates in north London. -- In China, Jinji Lake redevelopment keeps an eye on the past. -- Gould has high hopes for Milwaukee's 22-acre "dead zone." -- U.S. Transportation Secretary doesn't see bike and walking paths as part of transportation infrastructure (huh?) -- ArchitectureBoston devotes entire issue to re-imagining Boston City Hall: its future "need not be bleak." -- A GSA forum on federal courthouse design: "And here I was thinking that the battle of the styles pitting 'trads' against 'rads' was long over," says Lewis. -- Glancey can't wait to see the "better than new" Guggenheim. -- An environmentalist in London says urban wind turbines don't work (but other renewable technologies do). -- Yale to add a Foster feather to its architectural cap. -- Glenn Howells wanted to be a rock star, but his future may be Stirling instead. -- Six cities officially in race for 2016 Olympics. -- The cultural war between Sydney and Melbourne is good for both sides. -- Wider seats ordered for 2012 Olympics (a new furniture trend?).

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