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Today's News - Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Except for glowing press releases, early reviews re: London's $1.04 billion(!) 2012 Olympic stadium seem to be a bit underwhelming - (even HOK Sports' Rod Sheard describes as a "simple, but clever bowl... very tight, very compelling bowl" - there's sure to be more ink on this). -- New Vancouver Convention Center proves it's time to "put architects back in control." -- Gloriously restored St. Pancras station may be ready for its close-up, but "not the dawn of a new heyday for British train travel." -- Gehl takes on the streets of Manhattan. -- The future of campus architecture: less artsy, more social mantras of using technology, maintaining sustainability and fostering globalism. -- Red tape could spell doom Katrina-wrecked Wright-Sullivan cottages in Mississippi. -- Plans for new Salvation Army center in Chicago would "combine old-fashioned ministry with ultra-sleek modernism." -- A call for LEED ratings to address regional environmental differences. -- Design and sustainability can "elevate the promise of brands and companies." -- An artful wind tower combines stained glass with solar technology. -- A conversation with Nouvel about going global. -- History Channel's "City of the Future" competition extends deadline.

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