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Today's News - Wednesday, October 17, 2007

An impressive shortlist for post-2012 Olympics master plan. -- PlaNYC2030 should take lessons from London re: setting efficiency standards on commercial property. -- Architects' refusal to embrace technological innovations invites their extinction. -- Why aren't all buildings architectural (and sustainable) gems? -- Architecture as crime-prevention strategy: make the criminals fearful. -- It's thumbs-up for Chipperfield's re-design of Turner Contemporary. -- Goldberger is tickled by Alsop's wit. -- On Meier's "restless imagination" and "demiurgic aura." -- On student housing and the drive for quality. -- In Sarasota, a pioneer project in retirement living gets ready for major makeover. -- Edinburgh's Music Box ready to hit the high notes. -- China's Tongji University is determined to be the champion in clean technology. -- Will it be Powell Buff or London Fog for Guggenheim's restored façade? -- Sir Basil Spence: a retrospective and a reassessment of his reputation. -- Battle of Ideas Festival launches next week. -- How to photograph a green building. -- We couldn't resist: a slide show of Levittown through the years.

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