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Today's News - Thursday, September 27, 2007

Pointing out some "some serious cracks in the world's biggest green-building brand name." -- Guggenheim + starchitects = franchise model, but "does not seem easily replicable." -- A Dutch accent for Cincinnati museum expansion. -- A Slovak and Austrian team wins urban planning competition in Slovakia. -- An eyeful of final designs for Ground Zero. -- U.K. will invite the best to design new eco-towns (they're not say who - yet). -- A workplace parking tax could be an alternative to congestion pricing. -- In Malaysia, Asymptote's biggest, greenest yet (lots of pix). -- A look at EPA's green new Denver digs. -- Q&A with Andreu re: his "kid," the National Grand Theater. -- Calatrava's Chicago Spire will sport a $40 million penthouse view. -- San Francisco's Presidio to sport a Disney museum. -- Campus news: Cornell's new space for "research, serendipity and intellectual collisions." -- Major renovations due at DuPage. -- Diller on Brown's Creative Arts Center: "We're going to use a healthy dose of our own experience." -- Fast Company's 2007 Masters of Design. -- Q&A with upstarts at WORKac. -- Gardner asks: "What would Jane Jacobs think?" -- A cross-cultural conversation between Noguchi and Kenmochi.

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