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Today's News - Tuesday, October 16, 2007

More on Libya's Green Mountain carbon-neutral green-development zone. -- Not all are pleased with plans to pave an Israeli paradise (but there will be a winding waterway for gondolas!). -- Big plans for an undiscovered paradise on the Caspian Sea in Kazakhstan. -- A plan to create more land in the Hudson River in Lower Manhattan is a hard sell (but there's always the Harlem River). -- On a smaller scale, Holyrood may pave over Miralles' ponds (people reading text messages have fallen in - heaven forbid!) -- Hume mourns Toronto's need to depend on the kindness of strangers. -- King finds Mayne an intriguing tour guide in his San Francisco Federal Building. -- Boddy on "startling alternatives to the status-quo" of "interchangeable and instantly forgettable tower-on-podium condo complexes. -- In the U.K., RICS data shows putting sustainable measures into homes may take a lot longer to repay costs. -- Kansas City's newest museum (no, not the Nelson-Atkins) is "a container of calm." -- Ventura County museum has a grand vision. -- Adjaye's Stephen Lawrence Centre opens its doors. -- A burned-out mill rises from the ashes. -- Pearman manages not to fall into Tate Modern's crack in the floor. -- A hotel model to crown Trafalgar Square's Fourth Plinth. -- We'll keep our eye out for upcoming competition to design a new Abbey Theatre in Dublin. -- Call for submissions: "1000x Architecture of the Americas" book (no fee!). -- A good reason to head to Eindhoven: Dutch Design Week coming up.

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