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Today's News - Friday, September 28, 2007

Big may be the new beautiful in high-end tourism, but "building identical cookie-cutter luxury resorts will eventually prove short-sighted." -- Sustainability experts warn it's "the triumph of hope over experience" in fast-track eco-town competition. -- Zumthor's Cologne museum is "magnificently successful." -- Chipperfield's plan for Berlin's Neues Museum wins fans and foes. -- Kamin minces no words re: "fundamentally misconceived" plan put forward to put Chicago's Children's Museum underground; good architects being made to "walk an impossible tightrope." -- Big plans afoot for Baltimore's Walters Art Museum. -- A little brother for Chicago Spire? -- First shortened, then approved, now South Bank tower plan "called in." -- Genzyme's Boston flagship to get a lot bigger. -- "One of the most remarkable texts in American architecture," Marion Mahony Griffin's "The Magic of America" now on the web for all to see. -- A great reason to head to Vienna next week. -- Weekend diversions: Boddy goes to the movies: see "'One Way Street on a Turntable' and see a bit of what we are and what we are becoming." -- An eyeful of artful "Bathing Beauties" (a.k.a. beach huts) arrive in Lincolnshire (available for rent). -- The legacy of Swid Powell on view at Yale. -- Starchitects' scribbles at Buffalo's Albright-Knox. -- Piranesi's influence on modern architects, and Maurer's "peripatetic mind" at Cooper-Hewitt. -- Photographer to photographer: Q&A with Richard Barnes and Julius Shulman. -- One we couldn't resist: 10 suggestions for designing a city: "First we kill the architects. Then we burn the malls..."

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