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Today's News - Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Rochon's eloquent report on her pilgrimage to Kahn's National Assembly in Bangladesh. -- Kamin gives two thumbs-up to Grand Rapids Art Museum: "a temple of green" that goes "beyond the visually overheated structures that sought to duplicate the Bilbao effect," and a slide show to prove it. -- U.K.'s greenest building yet doesn't use "green bling." -- Cullinan is the first Brit to take the Royal Gold Medal since 2002. -- Dyckhoff spends time with the "angry winner" of the Stirling Prize: "Chipperfield's architecture perhaps wears its angsty gravitas and subtlety too pointedly on its sleeve, but it's a blessed relief to encounter in this dumbed-down age." -- Meanwhile, conservationists are not at all pleased with his plans near Leaning Tower of Pisa. -- Hadid's "radical plan" for Bilbao x 2 (one item has details, one has images). -- King says it's bad news for California unless the state is prepared to change the way it grows. -- A Dubai icon takes issue with hotel plan in Plymouth, U.K. -- Private offices on their way out (though some would like to be able to close a door now and then). -- Research shows daylight makes workers more productive. -- "Elegant simplicity or uninspired slab?" Debate and litigation over pick for design of Minneapolis's I-35W bridge. -- Tomorrow Baltimore Architecture Week begins (actually Arch Week-and-a-half).

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