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Today's News - Tuesday, October 2, 2007

If everything goes as planned, Winnipeg will have a new downtown. -- Suburban Boston mall transformed into its own downtown. -- Hess hopes architects of an until-now "ill-starred" suburban town center in California will "sustain their creativity to the end." -- Upside of real estate down-turn: San Diego luxury condo project becomes affordable housing (not all are pleased). -- "Trophy planning" is a bait-and-switch scheme. -- U.K. gets revised zero carbon homes guide. -- Construction folks not all that pleased with "Broken Buildings, Busted Budgets." -- New college wants to turn out engineers with soul and courage, "not just calculating machines." -- How MIT's SENSEable City Laboratory's Wiki City technology can be used by urban planners. -- An urban anthropologist evaluates his favorite urban habitats. -- Fujimori's "gleefully childlike" architecture invites you to play in the dirt (pix to prove it!). -- A new use for a government bunker. -- Keeping acoustics in mind, architects are reinventing the concert hall. -- An odds-maker places the odds on Stirling winner. -- 2nd annual Carbuncle Cup shortlist for worst British building of the year. -- RIAS short-list for Andrew Doolan Award. -- South Africa's best green building. -- Ontario's 2007 ARIDO Awards of Excellence. -- October is L.A.'s first Architecture Month.

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