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Today's News - Thursday, October 25, 2007

A massive healthcare facility in Utah gives form to a parallel shift in medicine that emphasizes the art of healing. -- Hales looks at views vs. development near the National Mall. -- Louisville gets a look at park plans for Museum Plaza. -- NYC residential developers getting a new (and less expensive) tool for green certification. -- Dubai developers better be green by January. -- That mandate announced at opening of region's first LEED Platinum building (lots of articles, but we couldn't find one mention of architect!). -- Hume finds Zeidler "hasn't given up the struggle for urban enlightenment." -- Is the A/E/C industry finally starting to take light pollution seriously? (we hope so). -- Rybczynski is walking on air in an ode to footbridges. -- Heathcote's encounter with Chipperfield as his Hepworth museum gets ready to break ground. -- The public gets vociferous re: Parry's Holburne Museum expansion. -- The 2007 RAIA National Architecture Awards announced: "Brisbane pips Melbourne"; and Sydney fares sadly. -- Post-Katrina "little zoo that could" headed for higher ground. -- Wright's Water Dome finally comes to life tonight. -- A 750-year-old German church transported before its home village is swallowed up by an expanding coal pit (oh joy). -- Hadid to headline Forum Istanbul.

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