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Today's News - Thursday, November 1, 2007

Is the U.K. heading for "dog's dinner" design in plans for eco-towns? -- Two takes on the future of building green: With costs coming down, a smarter image and legislation pushing through, the future looks good - in Europe, at least. -- But in the U.S., while we may have "gone past the granola-crunching perception of green build," there's still some convincing to do. -- Garden, garden on the roof, who has the greenest office of all? -- A really, really in-depth look (right down the glass molecules) at who really designed Gehry's IAC. -- More on the Prado and why Spain has become the center of avant-garde design. -- Price wins out over prestige (so they say) in winning design for new Berlin kunsthalle. -- Trumpets will sound at new Louis Armstrong House Museum visitors center. -- When new condo project is "surrounded by serious starchitecture," bring in Ban. -- Washington preservationists pray for landmark status for Brutalist church two blocks from the White House, but church parishioners pray for something else. -- A thumbs-up for the parishioners: just why does the District want to "declare this atrocity a historic landmark?" -- A tribute to NYC's "design revolutionaries." -- Q&A with Beverly Willis: "don't call her a female architect. Architect and activist, influential and improbable, is fine." -- 1% Program launches Phase II: matchmaking between non-profits in need of design, and designers willing to give their time. -- Call for Entries: EDRA/Places/Metropolis Awards for Place Design, Planning and Research. -- Reminder: Berkeley Prize 2007 International Essay Competition website goes live today.

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