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Today's News - Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Forbes ranks America's greenest and least green states (some surprises). -- A revised $14 billion plan for Manhattan's Penn Station and MSG. -- Another take on London's St. Pancras station: "the hunk of heritage ends up being more exhilaratingly modern than the new-build extension tacked on to it." -- MacMillan says Adjaye's subdued MCA/Denver may not ignite a blaze of controversy, but it's "generating its own brand of excitement." -- Gunts on new additions to Johns Hopkins campus: the "pieces add up to a whole, even though they're so different." -- Polshek picked for Stanford campus performing arts center. -- RIBA competition judges torn between two for Bath arts complex. -- Israel recycling a garbage dump into "a place people visit like Bilbao or Stonehenge, an international destination." -- Philadelphia's Curtis Institute of Music wins demolition bid (though not all are pleased). -- "The Architecture of Parking" finds beauty in dark garages. -- Q&A with Kundig: talks about his design philosophy and the elemental human needs that housing must satisfy. -- New Wall Street Tiffany's is "a shimmering contemporary emporium." -- Rawsthorn rhapsodizes over Aalto's Artek. -- A children's illustrator tapped to mask a "ramshackle block" on the edge of the £2bn King's Cross redevelopment. -- Call for FRESH! Ideas for London Festival of Architecture 2008. -- Call for nominations for Scotland's 2008 Carbuncles Awards. -- We couldn't resist: a vending-machine dress to feel safe.

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