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Today's News - Thursday, October 4, 2007

We lose Muschamp much too soon: "Has anyone else stirred up so much heated passion about cold bricks?" -- Rybczynski on anti-icon architecture "that succeeds without showing off." -- King on a tower tussle in San Francisco where the "outcome will show whether good architecture can survive neighborhood politics." -- Bayley finds St. Martin-in-the-Fields' makeover "a vast and sensitive job handled with great tact." -- Adjaye's Rivington Place ready for its close-up. -- RMJM's bid for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games is nothing if not ambitious. -- Farrelly muses on Sydney Architecture Festival, and offers high praise for a 15-year-old who took on the federal Environment Minister. -- ASLA launching program to lead landscapes to LEED. -- A counterterrorism expert offers advice on how to approach urban design and building security. -- After 16 years, NYC's African Burial Ground National Monument is ready to open. -- Jeff Speck and Barbara Faga share war stories of design democracy in action. -- A photographic archive sets out to capture every listed building in the U.K. -- Huxtable is eloquent as ever about MoMA's new direction and the Soviet Modernist Architecture show that is "charged with a poignant sense of loss." -- Kojima and Akamatsu cultivate architecture at a show in Tokyo. -- A photographic archive sets out to capture every listed building in the U.K. -- Good reasons to be in NYC, New Zealand, and Dubai over the next few weeks: OpenHouseNewYork and Architecture Days New York City; Architecture Week Auckland '07; and World Architecture Congress and Cityscape/Architectural Review Awards in Dubai.
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