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Today's News - Thursday, November 15, 2007

Farrelly takes on Gehl's solutions to "retrofit a city like Sydney to be more people-friendly." -- LEED is not alone: sorting out the green alphabet soups. -- An British engineer calls Glancey on his claim there aren't enough engineers; the problem is a shortfall in "magical conjurers." -- Shortlisted designers present their visions for People's Harbor in Maryland. -- Ouroussoff practically in awe of Nouvel design for MoMA tower (and wonders why profit-driven developer is more architecturally adventurous than museum). -- Adding to an icon: "'Bilbao of its day," Yale's A+A gets a makeover. -- Russell finds 15 Central Park West "lacks the courage of its nostalgic convictions." -- Behnisch will be "leaving his green imprint on Harvard's new campus." -- An Erickson heading for Vancouver skyline. -- King has high hopes for San Francisco's new "artsy oasis." -- Another take on Mayne's San Francisco Federal Building: "a quirky, oversized drive-in movie screen." -- Manhattan's first green school to rise near Ground Zero. -- Foster's U.S. Patent Office glass roof ready for its close-up. -- Finger-pointing on both sides of the pond: Gough takes on English Heritage (is it just sour grapes?); and Stata Center suit getting lots of attention (but it's hardly unique). -- Scotland's Saltire Housing Design Awards 2007 winners announced. -- Two we couldn't resist: China leading the way in weather control. -- Martha Stewart ends squabble over trademarking town name, Katonah.

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